Educators mix and match online, open source, print resources

As more schools begin to employ digital resources in the classroom, educators increasingly are combining online and print materials from various sources to create their own curricula. The explosion of Internet-based resources, as well as those created by curriculum developers, has given teachers new flexibility while pressuring them to choose top-notch materials. "The old curriculum model was one-size-fits-all. The new model is open, shared, and mobile across multiple devices," digital-learning consultant Wesley Fryer said.

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