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The most populous state is the first to take on this complicated initiative. Credit: Getty Images California schools have cracked the spine on open source, free digital textbooks (1) in an attempt to save money and to make educational resources easier to access and update.
As a parent I have seen many "systems" come and go in my childs curriculum. Lasting 2-3 years than being replaced by something different and "better". I think part of the reasoning was that our district could generally afford to purchase these over the past years and perhaps it was a "use it or lose it" earmarked budget mentality... Considering the sheer number of students grades k-12 in the US.. It's crazy not to consider it. I don't know about other schools but ours is one that seems to hold a fundraiser every month.