Group calls for digital transition in five years

05/29/2013 | District Administration magazine

The State Educational Technology Directors Association is suggesting that states make the transition from using print textbooks to digital resources within the next five years and, already, 22 states have taken significant steps toward that goal. Miami-Dade Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho suggests that rather than waiting for the "ideal time" to make the change, school leaders work to change budget priorities and communicate their district's needs to state leaders.

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