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September 27, 2010


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Rich Hershman


The US Department of Education released additional non-regulatory guidance regarding the textbook provisions for institutions back in June, 2010:

There was one error in the document as the law does not require schools to post online class attendance numbers. ED is supposed to correct this at some point.

Another thing to point out about the earlier guidance document you include above. The document forgot to include a provision in the law requiring textbook publishers to offer their textbooks and supplemental materials unbundled, unless they are part of an integrated textbook. This means, to an extent, publishers should be providing more options for you and your students between bundles and adopting and purchasing materials ala carte.

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