The march from textbooks to computerized content began to look a little more inevitable this week as educators in Arizona and Tennessee edged closer to the all-digital curriculum.

In Tennessee, a private partnership formed by educators, a web designer, a lawmaker, and a history buff launched a web site to help schools fill the gap in state history instruction left a few years ago when Nashville ended mandatory state history courses for middle schools.

Out West, the transition was moving even more swiftly. The Vail, Ariz., School District announced its

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