High school teacher sells ads on homework

Facing a budget crisis, Jeb Harrison wasn't sure where he'd find the money to buy supplies for his economics class at Pocatello High School in Idaho.

So he decided to sell advertising to a pizza parlor. The New York Timesreports that he approached Dan McIsaac, the owner of Molto Caldo Pizzeria and offered him this deal: "If Mr. McIsaac paid about $315 for 10,000 sheets of paper for Mr. Harrison's classes, more than a year's supply, the pizzeria could run an advertisement across the bottom of every sheet handed out in class."

So far the deal has worked out well for both parties: Mr. Harrison has paper for his class, and business has ticked up at Molto Caldo.