Will the new state standards push more districts to start using open educational resources?
Mary Clark's insight:
Quote from Jeff Mao at the Maine DOE, who worked on developing OER for the state:
"What we need are better platforms that allow for ease of iteration of content in order to provide personalization and customization for individual learners. We need better platforms that leverage data to help connect learners to the right content. What the publishing industry needs to do is to help all of us become better publishers. That's a service I think people would buy."
See the end of the article for rubrics to analyze OER for use in implementing CCSS.
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