Ga. teachers create "flexbooks" to accommodate new math curriculum

06/19/2013 | Henry Daily Herald (McDonough, Ga.)

Henry County Schools in Georgia are investing in e-reader devices and tablets, along with "flexbooks," in which lessons are selected by teachers to match up with the Common Core State Standards. Educators opted not to invest in textbooks, which they said are getting more expensive, and the books reviewed by district officials were viewed as not closely aligned with the core standards.

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Henry Daily Herald (McDonough, Ga.)

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