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California evaluates more free digital textbooks

 CK-12 Foundation has announced its participation in the second phase of California’s free digital textbook initiative. 
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CK-12 Foundation has announced its participation in the second phase of California’s free digital textbook initiative.The initiative reviews existing free digital textbooks against California’s rigorous academic standards to identify those which are standards-aligned and may be used in California classrooms. The second phase expands online textbook offerings to the subjects of advanced math and social science.

CK-12 FlexBooks are up-to-date, standards-aligned, and customizable by subject, language and level of difficulty, as well as self-publishable, giving teachers the flexibility to create tailored educational content for their students.

For more information visit http://ck12.org/

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