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The initiative is a success for the KOED movement, ending several years of hard work. Three years ago, the Coalition for Open Education organised the OER conference in the Polish parliament, where for the first time in Poland, the need for free public educational resources was expressed. Since then, the coalition has grown substantially from four to over 15 organisations. the initiative has cost the government 45 million złoty (approx. 15 million USD), and is the largest government open education project in polish history.
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=== Regional OER initiatives ===