School must prove students have access before using online texts

10/8/2007 | San Diego Union-Tribune

California science teacher Gerald French experimented with using online texts rather than traditional textbooks, but a county inspection team required his school to issue paper textbooks, as well, because some students may not have online access at home. "The question becomes: How do you ensure that students have access at home, and what do you do if they don't?" said Charmaine Lawson, a county education administrator.

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