Budgets may slow widespread transition to e-texts in Calif. schools

03/28/2011 | Sacramento Bee (Calif.) (free registration), The

Some California school districts are experimenting with using digital materials in the classroom as their budgets for new print textbooks are dwindling. Replacing aging text print materials with digital texts is seen by many as the inevitable next step. However, some school administrators say the upfront costs are too great, while cash-strapped schools are working to preserve programs and limit teacher layoffs.

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