I'm in the same boat as you, leaving school (unofficially retiring)
with --seemingly-- a ton of resources. May I suggest you donate your
materials to the art department and get a receipt for tax purposes? You
can probably write it off for more than you could sell it for. I'm
keeping some materials as I'll be teaching community college, but the
rest I'm giving away to other teachers, or will take with me when I
travel overseas to donate to local schools.
joyce paliulionis wrote:
> I will be retiring next year from a K-8 school after 24 years. During
> those years I purchased alot of costly books and resource
> material. I won't be using any of it anymore and would like to offer
> (sell) these materials to the teacher that will take my place. Has
> anyone ever done this?
> What would a reasonable price be for used, but still very viable,
> resource material?