Program to help educators keep pace with assistive technology

08/30/2010 | Daily Local News (West Chester, Pa.)

Advances in voice-recognition software, e-books and other technology are helping more students with disabilities succeed in school, but some say teachers and other school staff need more training to keep up with the new technology. Pennsylvania's West Chester University is set to open a certificate program to address this growing need. "Each school needs to have people trained in assistive technology," one educator said. "There's too much at stake here."

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