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A School Tradition With A Hidden Cost

It happened over a few years, but George Washington High School in San Francisco had accumulated a debt of over $50,000. But it wasn't from a place school principal Ericka Lovrin would have suspected. It was from the school yearbook.

And George Washington is not alone. In fact, nearly 70 percent of America's schools are loosing money from the yearbook. Read more to learn how George Washington High School was able to preserve a valuable tradition, while at the same time turning a loss into a profit.

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