According to the new school district policy, only teachers that have tiled floors can have food in their classrooms. All of the classrooms in the new wing of the high school have tiled floors. However, most of the school's classrooms are still carpeted. Therefore, teachers who like to eat their lunches in their classrooms should be offered classrooms in the new wing of the high school.
Which of the following is an assumption that enables the conclusion above to be properly drawn?
(A) Teachers in the new wing who eat their lunches in the cafeteria should keep their assigned classrooms
(B) Teachers with tiled classrooms should not eat in their classrooms, even though the new district policy permits them to do so.
(C) Teachers with carpeted classrooms should be allowed to eat in their classrooms
(D) The district policy should allow all teachers who want to eat in their classrooms an equal opportunity to do so, regardless of original classroom assignments.
(E) The district policy should minimize potential damage to school property, such as that caused by food stains in carpet.