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But you can't buy Teacher's Editions any more. I know this has been discussed, but this is a new article with more information.
Here's the linkie.....
The owners of a magazine targeting homeschoolers' needs say they are disappointed eBay stopped allowing the sales of homeschool curriculum teacher's guides, but there are alternatives.
The internet trading behemoth recently announced that any teacher's guides for homeschool curricula no longer would be allowed on its auction site, setting up a storm of protests from the parents whose money supports the estimated $1 billion annual homeschooling industry.
"Unfortunately, it reflected society's belief that only professional teachers should be allowed access to those materials," Nancy Carter, a spokeswoman for The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, told WorldNetDaily.
"Homeschoolers frustrated with the eBay ban on teacher's editions can take their business to other sites who understand the importance of being able to buy and sell teacher's editions for home educators," said a statement from Gena Suarez, magazine publisher.
"Some of our readers have complained to us and asked if we could get involved. eBay is committing a crucial error in disregarding the homeschooling sector of its marketplace," she said. "The popular online auction site has benefited significantly from home educators and implementing this ban on teacher's editions is not going unnoticed."
She suggested eBay could show its support for families and once again allow the homeschoolers to buy and sell the guides.
"Doing so will go a long way to restoring the relationship that homeschoolers once enjoyed with eBay," she said.
Carter said several of the sites that do allow homeschoolers to exchange materials include, ... (snipped, click link for the rest. I don't want to violate copyright laws.)