Teacher Discount for Homeschool Co-Op Teachers
My wife has been teaching a Home School Co-op now for 7 years. She does this twice a week, and home schools our children the other three days per week. At school she teaches History, Literature, and Grammar for 4th and 5th grade students. Because it is a Home School Co-Op she does not have an actual Teacher ID#, but she does get paid by individual families to teach their children. The government considers her to be a teacher (they certainly take a large share of this income). The number of students who have gone through her classes over the last 7 years is north of 200 students.
We would love to be eligible for the Teacher's Discount of 25% on our AT&T bills, but we always hit a roadblock with the Teacher ID / State Teaching Certificate that is required. Does AT&T support teachers like my wife? AT&T employees certainly believe so, but aside from telling us we qualify, they've been unable to help. If AT&T does support Home School Co-Op teachers (and there are now a lot of them), how can they begin receiving the Teacher's Discount?