Mo. districts invest in technology for students with special needs

03/8/2010 | Southeast Missourian (Cape Girardeau)

Two Missouri school districts are using federal-stimulus money to improve instruction for struggling readers and students who have autism. The Jackson School District used the stimulus money to purchase software that reads and highlights text to help students with reading disabilities make independent progress in core subjects. The Cape Girardeau School District purchased reading software as well as word processors for its students who have disabilities that affect their fine motor skills.

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