By  on August 20, 2008

As the rising prices of food and gas constrict the average American’s discretionary income, it’s no surprise teachers are among the hardest hit.

Teachers from across the country are reporting they are spending less on clothes, waiting for sales and sometimes changing where they shop — even after some taking summer jobs to offset the increasing cost of living, according to an informal survey by WWD.

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