In South Carolina, educators say there are more opportunities than ever to use digital textbooks and interactive resources in classroom instruction. However, the state's lengthy process -- and rigorous standards -- for digital-textbook adoption may be keeping such resources out of the hands of students and teachers, and districts seeking to adopt high-tech textbooks outside the process are asked to use their own funds.
Do state regulations put digital textbooks out of reach in S.C.?
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