SETDA urges shift to digital instruction

[caption id="attachment_110254" align="alignleft" width="215"] The report acknowledges that policy changes regarding instructional materials are not enough to ensure that digital content is used in classrooms effectively.[/caption]

Everyone remembers lugging a 20-pound textbook. But should today’s students still have to consult hefty—and often outdated—printed texts? And should states and districts still pay for resources that few students now find relevant?

A new report says
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