AFFORDABLE COLLEGE TEXTBOOK ACT COULD SAVE STUDENTS MILLIONS ON PRICEY BOOKS - US PIRG

Today, congressional leaders from both parties introduced legislation that could save American college students nearly a billion dollars on textbooks. U.S. Senators Dick Durbin of Illinois, Tina Smith of Minnesota, Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, and Angus King of Maine, along with U.S. Representative Joe Neguse of Colorado unveiled the Affordable College Textbook Act to support the creation and expanded use of open educational resources (OER). These textbooks are free to download, peer reviewed and easily adapted by faculty. https://uspirg.org/news/usp/affordable-college-textbook-act-could-save-students-millions-pricey-books

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