CK-12 Offers Free Flexbook Textbook Model in K-12

October 2009
Educational Marketer;10/12/2009, Vol. 40 Issue 20, p1
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The article reports on the free flexbook textbook model offering of CK-12 Foundation for K-12. It states that CK-12 is a non-profit organization that produces free and open-content customizable textbooks for schools which is collaboration input of several authors. It notes the mission of the foundation to provide open educational opportunities to all children with readily accessible, free and up-to-date resources.


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