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Discarding Obsolete Texts. Only discard textbooks declared obsolete or superseded by new materials. Options for Discard: Donate to: A governing board, county free library, or other state institution A public agency or institution of the United States A nonprofit charitable organization

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discarding obsolete texts
Discarding Obsolete Texts

Only discard textbooks declared obsolete or superseded by new materials.

Options for Discard:

  • Donate to:
    • A governing board, county free library, or other state institution
    • A public agency or institution of the United States
    • A nonprofit charitable organization
    • Children or adults in California, or foreign countries for the purpose of increasing the general literacy of people
  • Sell to secondhand book vendor
    • Must be approved by the Instructional Resources & Materials Dept.
    • Instructional materials must be declared obsolete by District.
  • Send to IMC for resale/recycling
  • See the recently updated Administrative Procedure 2805 for details.

Form is available at Instructional Materials Office

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