States Ceding Power Over Classroom Materials

21 Feb

When it comes to choosing print and online resources for schools, states are increasingly putting more of the authority in the hands of districts.


This is the tip of iceberg in terms of the policy needed to leverage open access and virtual instruction in elementary, secondary and higher education. The corollary is professional development and support for reskilling teachers and learners.

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Posted by on February 21, 2015 in Uncategorized


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