Districts plan to spend special-education funds on technology

01/5/2010 | Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, Ill.)

A group of 19 Illinois school districts are expecting $18.46 million in federal stimulus money, some of which will be used to pay for technology upgrades for special-education programs. Two districts are planning to build libraries of assistive-technology devices for students with disabilities, while administrators in another district say they will purchase a data system for tracking students' individualized education plans.

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Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, Ill.)

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