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'Open Educational Resources' promoted in U.S. senate proposal
Davis, Michelle R. and Cavanagh, Sean

Published2015
JournalEducation Week
PublisherEditorial Projects in Education

ABSTRACT
Federal lawmakers want to encourage schools to consider using free, modifiable learning resources for students before investing in costly textbooks and curricula. A move in the U.S. Senate to promote [...]

Keywords government regulation · Open Educational Resources

ISSN0277-4232
Rights© 2015 Editorial Projects in Education
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