State Rep. Mike Sparks calls on legislators to consider alternatives to traditional textbooks.
The college has negotiated with textbook publishers to lower their prices — probably because not a whole lot of students were buying from them anyway. Students will now be able to access their general education textbooks online for $365 per semester.
Not one Williamson County parent has gone to review history textbooks that have been described by conservative activists as riddled with bias. School officials say it may be a sign that controversy is dying down.