Conn. district uses stimulus money for special-education technology

10/11/2009 | New Canaan Advertiser (Conn.)

School officials in New Canaan, Conn., plan to direct some of their $1 million in stimulus funds toward improving technology for students in special education. New Canaan schools recently purchased assistive technology to help students with special needs and plan to acquire tracking technology that will help educators better recognize the students who are struggling academically.

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