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A report released last week by a national education technology group suggests schools switch to digital instructional materials by 2017 and highlights some of the policy barriers that must be knocked down in order to get there.

The reportRequires Adobe Acrobat Reader, from the State Educational Technology Directors Association, is a blueprint for states and districts looking to switch over to digital content.

It outlines recommendations addressed to policymakers, school leaders, and publishers on making the move to a digital world in schools.

Vol. 32, Issue 06, Page 5

Published in Print: October 3, 2012, as Digital Textbooks
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