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Open Ed. Resources secure a spot in the Every Student Succeeds Act
Cavanagh, Sean

PublishedJanuary 2016
PeriodicalEdition Jan. 7, 2016, Volume 2016
PublisherEdWeek Market Brief
CountryUnited States, North America


Other numberJanuary 14th, 2016
RefereedDoes not apply
Rights© 2016 Editorial Projects in Education, Inc.
URLhttps://marketbrief.edweek.org/marketplace-k-12/open-ed-resources-supported-in-every-student-succeeds-act/
Access dateJanuary 14th, 2016
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