Open High School of Utah Offers 30 Semesters of OERs

Open High School of Utah, a public charter school, announced today that it will offer its curriculum from 30 semesters of content in math, science, language arts, social studies and electives as an open educational resource (OER) on its website repository.
The objective behind developing open content is to create free and simple access to knowledge and information through collaboration and innovation. The use of open resources also makes it possible to very easily modify the curriculum to meet individual student needs.
Prior to today’s release, the school had 10 semesters of content available on its site, which garnered multiple accolades and recognition for exceptional curriculum, including the 2011 Best of State Award in Curriculum Development.
The OERs, which can be found at, will be available to anyone, anywhere and anytime.
Click here for mor information about Open High School of Utah and its new OERs.

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