Breaking Down Districts’ Appetite for Open Educational Resources

An EdWeek Market Brief Survey Shows How K-12 Districts Use of OER Differs Across Supplemental and Core Curriculum Resources

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School districts are relying on open educational resources for supplementary lessons much more than they do for core curriculum, and they’re using the free, shareable, materials across many subjects, particularly English/language arts.

Those were some of the findings from a survey of 500 K-12 district leaders, conducted recently for EdWeek Market Brief.

Open educational resources are materials…

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