I was teaching Excel recently and we were constructing budgets. One student wanted to include charges for water, I stated this was not common in New Zealand, yet! One student (African) reminded us that in her country of origin, water was both a scarcity and a privilege. A great discussion followed. You can learn a lot from teaching Excel.
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