Education Business Adviser Discovers K-12 Schools’ à la Carte Purchasing Behaviors

Study of 37 Education Leaders Shows Schools Want to Buy Smaller Chunks of Science and Social Studies Curricula

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Education leaders want to purchase smaller pieces of curriculum as they choose new science and social studies materials—and they think anything they buy should cost less than textbooks because many of them don’t want print versions anymore, a new study finds.

The term “à la carte” came up regularly in open interviews with district, regional, and state education officials considering products…

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