Tech tools make "all the difference," special-education teacher says

10/13/2013 | VentureBeat

Los Angeles special-education teacher Neil Virani used grant money to buy classroom iPads, which he says help students with disabilities learn at their own pace and overcome challenges using textbooks and other typical classroom supplies. He also uses a TabCam, which sends live video to other devices, as a teaching tool. "Getting these tech tools has made all the difference. Each one of my students has made significant progress," he said.

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