District Building a Balance Between Open Resources and Purchased Content

Spokane elementary-curriculum chief says quality outweighs 'free' cost for instructional materials

School districts are seeking curricula that aligns closely with their standards, is easy to use for educators, and meets the needs of students. If open educational resources work, educators will use it, but districts are willing to pay for materials that come closer to fulfilling that criteria, according to a curriculum and instruction supervisor.

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