Grants offer schools access to online autism curriculum

09/14/2011 | T.H.E. Journal

An Ohio-based company that develops technology for children with special needs is offering grants to school districts to use its Web-based curriculum for students with autism and other learning challenges. The grants will allow 25 users each in eight school districts to access Monarch Teaching Technologies' VizZle program, which includes resources for teachers to track student data according to their individualized education plans and academic goals.

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