School provides Kindle e-readers for students with disabilities

11/18/2011 | WISTV (Columbia, S.C.)

A nonprofit K-12 day school for students with disabilities in South Carolina is providing each of its students with a Kindle e-reader this year, thanks to a donation from Amazon Fulfillment. "We have students that are all on the same grade level, but they're on different ability levels and the Kindle allows us to use and differentiate our instruction for those students," teacher Kristen Boomhower said. Students also praised features that allow them to change the size and font of a book's text.

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WISTV (Columbia, S.C.)

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