Will Curriculet’s Rentals Mark the End of Physical Libraries? (EdSurge News)

“As a sitting principal, the calculus I used to decide which books we’d buy would go like this: If I’m gonna spend $8-$15 per copy, can I get 4-5 years of use out of this book?” explains Jason Singer, who founded KIPP Summit Academy and KIPP King Collegiate High School before co-founding Curriculet.

Source: www.edsurge.com

Adding a personalized layer to text in order to better engage and track student understand – a novel approach worth investigating. 

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