4/30/2010

An Idaho school is upgrading the technology used by students in special education, thanks to a $50,000 federal grant. Moscow Junior High School will use the money to purchase high-tech equipment including interactive whiteboards, sound systems and student-response systems -- or clickers -- for special-education classrooms. The money will also help provide training in the technology for special-education teachers.

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