Typically, school districts have allowed teachers to retain ownership of lesson plans they have created. In some cases, those teachers have sold the plans to education publishers, such as Teacher-Created Materials. Now, some school districts are revisiting their laissez-faire attitude, in light of the increased demand for such courses by online publishers.

Two major issues arise. The first is deciding who owns the intellectual property a teacher has created. Institutions of higher learning


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