State law closely regulates how textbooks are selected and funded, empowering the State Board of Education to select conforming and nonconforming texts. Moreover, with ever-increasing technological options, traditional textbooks are only one of the many types of instructional material in use in schools. The following are resources related to textbooks, instructional materials, and copyright.
Your local school board policy manual contains TASB's (LEGAL) reference policies and board-adopted (LOCAL) policies. Your district may also have relevant administrative regulations. For more information on textbooks and instructional materials, see district policy and regulations at the following codes:
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TASB's Instructional Materials
Web Site offers links to state regulations, tutorials, and tools to help districts buy and sell instructional materials