New Kansas program to groom children with disabilities for high-tech careers

09/1/2006 | infoZine (Kansas City, Mo.)

A new University of Kansas program funded through a National Science Foundation grant will focus on improving the math skills of middle-schoolers with disabilities so they can pursue careers in math, science, engineering and technology. Over the next three years, the university's e-Learning Design Lab will develop math lessons for teachers and online tutorials for students.

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