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Districts Put Open Educational Resources to Work; Two school systems weigh impact of efforts
Cavanagh, Sean

Published2015
JournalEducation Week
PublisherEditorial Projects in Education

ABSTRACT
A growing number of educators and policymakers are being drawn to open educational resources, convinced that the free, malleable, and shareable academic content offers advantages that traditional commercial materials cannot [...]

Keywords cost · Open Educational Resources · policy · school districts

ISSN0277-4232
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