What controls do teachers have?

What controls do teachers have?

Teachers and school administrators set the policies, such as the maximum cost of a single proposal or requiring that proposals be for capital improvements. ​

​Student leaders and teachers review all proposals to ensure they meet school guidelines. Teachers also control which students can participate. ​
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