Utah develops free, open-source materials for schools

04/29/2013 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

Utah schools increasingly are replacing traditional textbooks with electronic resources. Two digital math textbooks already have been released by the state's education department and work is underway to develop additional free, open-source materials in science, math and language arts. Officials say schools can use money saved on textbooks to purchase more digital devices for students.

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