Do Now: Go to Barnes and Nobles. Now. There’s a reason why they give you Teacher’s Choice money here in New York, and no, it’s not because you need two periodic tables or two maps of Latin America in your classroom. It’s because teachers, like their students, can benefit immensely from books, periodicals, CD’s, and DVD’s. And to clarify, your Teacher’s Choice money doesn’t have to be spent on direct classroom materials. If High School Musical 2 is going to boost your teacher morale into those dark winter nights, then it seems like a good investment, 10% off and all. After all, it’s your students who are ultimately going to benefit, right?