Seidman Foundation Allows Ill Children To Remain Connected To School

12/6/2001 | Education Week

Education Week explores the work of the Seidman Foundation, which deploys technology to allow sick children who can no longer attend school to stay connected to their classrooms. A program using Web cameras is thought to aid the recovery or prolong the life of sick children by keeping them current in their studies and in their classmates' lives.

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