Thursday, December 03, 2009

Funds for special education will pay for school technology

A Virginia school board has approved plans to use $1.7 million in federal stimulus money earmarked for special education to install interactive whiteboards in all of its kindergarten, first-grade and special-education classrooms. District officials said that the whiteboards will help students with special needs because many spend at least part of their school day in the classrooms receiving the technology. Leesburg Today (Va.)

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