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For two days in Warsaw, over 40 experts, activists and officials from 23 countries were discussing the best way to create and implement public policies on openness in education at national and international levels.
Interesting and useful digital content developed through the generosity of public investment remains locked up by restrictive intellectual property laws, antiquated procurement processes, and incumbent commercial companies who want to protect their dying business models.
In 2015, the Polish government launched an online repository of open, Creative Commons Attribution-licensed e-textbooks, covering the core curriculum for primary and lower secondary education. With this goal achieved, we ask ourselves: is our work done? After five years, open education activists finally saw their advocacy work bear fruit.