California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger thinks they should.
When California high school students return to school this month they will have access to free digital science and math textbooks that meet state standards as part of Gov. Schwarzenegger’s Digital Textbooks Initiative.
Ten online textbooks meet state standards, and proponents say California school districts will save money by using the state-approved digital books. Critics say that switching to online textbooks will require additional training and resources. The plan is to expand the program to include all grades.
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