Diana Suddreth is the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, or STEM Coordinator with the Utah State Office of Education. She said the USOE has a plan to create open source textbooks.
Open source textbooks have all open-access information and are being developed by a new initiative.
Teachers will have online textbooks available, with all the online access of the web, or print.
They'll be printable for $5 a piece. This way, each year the district has the opportunity to update them immediately.
Expert teachers are putting these textbooks together, and districts can then add or remove information from it.
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