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More OER providers are working to provide full, coherent curricula for schools, rather than just free lessons or teaching units.
Here are answers to your most basic questions about OER, the movement to share curricula and teaching resources online.
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When Louisiana educators couldn't find curricula fully aligned to their standards, they asked teachers to write the units.
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