Technology empowers students with disabilities in Wis. district

02/28/2012 | Janesville Gazette (Wis.), The

Janesville, Wis., schools employ an educator to find the best new technology to address the needs of its students who have disabilities. Examples include a Refreshabraille 18 bluetooth translator, which features a Braille translator that allows second-grade student Kyle Beasley, who cannot see, to read and write using an iPad tablet computer. "They become so empowered," teacher Kathy White said.

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