Does California law require traditional textbooks?

05/16/2010 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (Calif.)

Educators in California are determining how more than 30 new online textbooks will fit into existing high-school curricula -- many of which have not used online texts. However, some are concerned that the digital textbooks might not be in compliance with state law, which requires that students have a textbook to use in class and at home. "If we have to also provide the book, so the student can take it home to comply with the law, it doesn't make sense, nor will that save the district money," one official said.

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