What Florida Expects From Digital Content Providers

The state now requires districts to spend half of state instructional money on digital resources

States are beginning to mandate that K-12 school districts incorporate digital instructional materials into their purchasing lists as way to focus on adaptive, accessible content. Florida requires that 50 percent of district money spent on instructional resources go for digital content.

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