Indiana Procurement Case Study
Indiana does not have an adoption policy for digital instructional materials and does not procure resources for schools or districts on a statewide level. Each school district has the constitutional authority, from state and/or local resources, to procure and use digital resources and innovative educational technologies as they deem appropriate to meet educational goals and requirements. School boards have the statutory authority to determine curricular and instructional materials for their schools and school corporations at the local level. As a matter of law and practice, curriculum and instruction decisions are determined by the local school corporations.