Study reveals that the digital resource market is growing faster than the overall K-12 market


digital-materialsTeachers now are using more digital instructional materials than print materials in the classroom, according to a new study from Education Market Research (EMR)/Simba Information.

The Shift to Digital in Reading, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies is the product of several EMR surveys: EMR's Supplemental Products Market: 2014 survey, conducted in the Summer 2014, and EMR's latest Social Studies Market survey, conducted in the Fall 2014. Supporting evidence also comes from EMR's surveys of the Reading,...

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