Hand-helds used to track children's reading progress

10/10/2003 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

Teachers at Forest Park Elementary School in Kannapolis, N.C., use hand-held computers that run a program called "mClass" to help their students learn to read. The software allows teachers to register types of reading errors as the students read aloud and provide progress reports on both an individual and class basis.

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