People Are Awesome: California Principal Selling Entire 350-Pair Shoe Collection to Save Teaching Jobs People Are Awesome: California Principal Selling Entire 350-Pair Shoe Collection to Save Teaching Jobs
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People Are Awesome: California Principal Selling Entire 350-Pair Shoe Collection to Save Teaching Jobs

by Liz Dwyer

March 27, 2011

California's education budget crisis continues to spur some seriously heroic acts of sacrifice. Last week we reported on Jocelyn Lam, a Los Angeles area fifth grader who donated her $300 life savings to save her school's teachers from layoffs, sparking a community-wide fundraising drive. Now Michele Miller, a principal in the Rescue Union School District in suburban Sacramento, is selling her entire 350-pair shoe collection to save teacher and school staff jobs in the district.
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People Are Awesome: California Principal Selling Entire 350-Pair Shoe Collection to Save Teaching Jobs