Copier Supply Store believes that affordable printing and copying tools should be available to everyone, most importantly schools. Many schools are facing extreme budget cuts, and the first things to be sacrificed are replacing old text books and “smaller” costs like printing needs. The school funding crisis is making school districts fight over the little amount of money that is allotted to them, and in turn they have to make critical choices on how to spend that money. Do they replace the fifteen-year-old textbooks and print up-to-date exercise packets? Or do they buy new, safer buses or fix the leaky roof? The millions of dollars to replace old textbooks is just not available.
This is an issue that is being faced across the country. Many students are facing the problem when they go back to school, they are using textbooks that are out-of-date and do not contain recent events, such as 9/11, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, or the election of our first African American President, Barrack Obama. One way in which school districts are dealing with this huge budget cut is by moving away from textbooks entirely and converting to e-texts and online resources. This concept presents its own issues, such as ensuring that all students have access to computers or tablets. Since printing materials for entire schools can quickly out-price the cost of new textbooks, schools don’t have the option to print their own texts from online textbooks.
The key to a great nation is through education, and while they cannot figure out the budget crisis, Copier Supply Store gives everyone access to affordable parts for copy machines, printers, and 3D printers. They also offer wholesale pricing to service providers, resellers, and commercial printers. Copier Supply Store is doing their part to guarantee the lowest retail pricing on genuine and generic supplies and parts for copy machines, printers, and 3D printers. Check out Copier Supply Store and see if your school’s printing problems may be solved by cutting down on printer supply costs, so that you can afford to print e-books for children who may not have access to a computer at home.