2 edition of How to Start Your Very Own Wisconsin Library-At Home or School! (Carol Marsh Book #37) found in the catalog.
How to Start Your Very Own Wisconsin Library-At Home or School! (Carol Marsh Book #37)
by Gallopade Intl
Written in English
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Your local bookstore or library will have a shelf full of GED/HSED study guides from various companies. Each book takes a slightly different approach to studying. Flip through each one, read a few paragraphs or chapters, and choose the one you find most helpful. This book is essentially going to be your teacher. The start-up capital for an indoor plant care business is very low relative to other businesses; your biggest expenses will be insurance and transportation. You can manage bookkeeping yourself, and if you manage to secure larger clients, such as office buildings or malls, you'll have a large amount of regular : Ron Dicker.
Office of the President Van Hise Hall Linden Dr. Madison, WI [email protected] The book may have limited notes or highlighting. Book may have a remainder mark. Some pages may have minor creases or bumped corners. Slip cover may not be included or may show signs of wear, if applicable. The pages show normal wear and tear. The cover shows normal wear and tear. The book has curled/bumped : Paperback.
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Notify your state’s educational division that you’re starting a school. Do this at least months before you plan to open the doors and offer classes.
In some states, private schools are overseen by a division of the Department of Education. Other states 93%(). You can prepare materials to add to the library at a relatively low cost with items from an office supply store.
To start our church library, I used address labels, envelopes, index cards, rubber /5(15).