Technology has expanded the learning opportunities for students across the nation—and particularly for those with special needs. Although school budgets are limited, investing in assistive technology can help special-needs students learn … while helping schools meet AYP for this challenging subgroup.
With the generous support of Care Innovations— a combination of GE Healthcare’s Home Health Division and Intel Corp.’s Digital Health Group—we’ve assembled this collection of eSchool News stories, along with other relevant content, to help you choose wisely when investing in assistive technology.
- Edthena Names Winners of the 2021 Teacher Leader Impact Awards - May 6, 2021
- Edsby K-12 LMS incorporates Microsoft Teams and Zoom real-time video, chat and whiteboarding - May 6, 2021
- Reading Plus Insight Assessment Approved As Universal Screener For Hawaii Department of Education Longitudinal Data System - May 6, 2021