Updated May 18, 2018 12:12:46 The cost of school supplies for schools has reached $500,000, the school supplies giant BTS has revealed.
The price of school clothes and other school supplies was recently released and the figure is expected to rise, according to the company’s CEO.
“This year, we will release the total amount of the cost for schools and education and for the first time, it will be higher than last year,” Ms BTS chief executive Yoo Jun Suk said.
Ms Bts chief executive also revealed the company is planning to introduce a new school resource plan in the coming months. “
We are also planning to expand our distribution network to make it easier for people to buy school supplies.”
Ms Bts chief executive also revealed the company is planning to introduce a new school resource plan in the coming months.
“It will include a focus on education for young people,” she said.
“The school resource plans are based on the demand and supply of school materials and we will continue to support our students through the year.”
BTS will also be launching a school resource kit for all students in the next three months.
Ms BTS said the increase in cost was driven by an increase in demand for school supplies and that a new resource plan was in the works.
In an emailed statement, Ms Bets chief executive said the cost of the school supply will also increase.
BBSU’s Mr Kim said the price increase was due to a number of factors.
Mr Kim said BTS had been working with the Government to create a plan that would ensure students were not paying more than they needed to.
The plan would include: A uniform cost and inflation rate for the school resource budget, which would be shared between the school and government agencies, including the Government.
A mandatory budget that would be based on students’ actual needs.
Fully covering all school resources, including school uniforms, books, computers, and other items.
Installing school resource managers, who would be paid $1,500 to $2,000.
Implementing a school safety plan and a school sustainability plan.
Raising the school-level cost limit from $20 to $50, so that schools could still use more of their resources.
Ensuring the school was not charging students more than it was able to.