Following up on their plan to encourage the use of free, open digital textbooks among the state's schools, California education leaders on Aug. 11 released a list of resources they have determined meet state-approved standards for high school math and science classes.

State Secretary of Education Glen Thomas worked with State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell and State Board of Education President Ted Mitchell to develop the list over the past few months.

The "Free Digital Textbook Initiative Report," facilitated by the California Learning Resource Network (CLRN), outlines how open high school math and science textbooks submitted under the first phase...

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