N.J. district spends stimulus cash on special-education upgrades

A New Jersey school district is spending federal stimulus money on upgrades to its special-education programs. Those improvements include purchasing new computers that have speech recognition and other specialized capabilities and hiring two staffers to help students make smooth transitions after graduation and provide training in assistive classroom technology. Program officials said the grant money -- earmarked for one-time expenses -- may also be used to purchase interactive whiteboards for the district's high schools and middle schools.

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