This is equal parts inspiring and baffling.
When Ohio mom Tamika Hamilton's son needed to go to summer school, she ran into a bit of a speed bump:
She didn't have the $400 tuition she needed.
Tamika wouldn't let her son miss summer school, so she went to a school board official and said she didn't have the money upfront.
That's when Superintendent Charles Keenan told her that if she had something worth $400 the school district could hold it as collateral until she repaid the $400 bill.