El Paso students, teachers have switched to digital textbooks from the CK-12 Foundation

[caption id="attachment_153898" align="alignleft" width="150"]digital-textbooks El Paso teachers developed three digital textbooks this summer, for high school biology, chemistry, and physics.[/caption]

El Paso Independent School District took the first step in eliminating printed textbooks when high school science classes switched to digital textbooks last week.

District officials say EPISD is the first large school district in Texas to move to all-digital, teacher-edited digital textbooks.

"It's our opinion at EPISD that this is inevitable," Superintendent Juan Cabrera said on Oct. 7.

District officials say the move...

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