Grant to fund age-appropriate lessons for students with disabilities

06/19/2013 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

Educators in the Keller Independent School District in Texas will have access to new resources, thanks to a recent $40,000 grant. One special-education teacher who had been paying for a particular program out of her own pocket will use some of the funds to purchase multiple licenses for the Unique Learning System, which includes a platform for teaching current events on four ability levels, allowing educators to deliver age-appropriate content to students with disabilities.

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