Colo. schools approach crossroads between textbooks, digital resources

12/16/2013 | Denver Post, The

Some school districts in Colorado have found themselves at a point of choosing between sticking with traditional textbooks or moving to online materials, which can be less expensive or even free and better aligned with new content standards. Such initiatives have also meant changes for families because students need Internet access after school to access assignments. Some districts are providing comparable print resources if students do not have Internet access at home.

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