Texas moves emphasize need to open source education


ZDNet writer Dana Blankenhorn writes that Texas’s controversial decision to change its history curriculum has created an enormous opportunity for states, for communities, for publishers, and for authors to use open source and mass customization to transform education, just as those cost savings are most needed.

I didn’t intend to get into the Texas school board controversy. Personal reasons. After I left college I was a close friend of a guy
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