Digital Textbooks in Florida: Extending the Teacher-Librarians' Reach (Feature Article) (Essay) - Teacher Librarian

Digital Textbooks in Florida: Extending the Teacher-Librarians' Reach (Feature Article) (Essay)

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  • Release Date - Published: 2011-02-01
  • Book Genre: Education
  • Author: Teacher Librarian
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Digital Textbooks in Florida: Extending the Teacher-Librarians' Reach (Feature Article) (Essay) Teacher Librarian read online review & book description:

Despite a projected decline Din enrollment, Florida spent $22,155,066,891 on instructional materials for its public schools, making it the fourth highest spender behind California, Texas, and New York (Market Data Retrieval [MDR], 2009). Currently, in many districts across the state, students and teachers access digital versions of their current textbooks (Surdin, 2009). With the passing of Florida legislation allowing school districts to use textbook funds to purchase digital content and other online educational resources (Manzo, 2009), the nation will increasingly look to Florida to take the lead in the process of digital textbook adoption (Mardis, et. al., 2010).

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