Software Could Help Special Education Teachers

Software companies are working to create systems to combat the paperwork special-education teachers face, a report says. Special education enrollment has risen by 30% in the past 10 years, leading to a majority of teachers in the field saying they spend more time dealing with paperwork, decreasing the amount of time spent with students.

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