N.J. students create computer programs for peers with disabilities

05/7/2013 | Asbury Park Press (Neptune-Asbury Park, N.J.)

Computer-programming students at Point Pleasant Borough High School in New Jersey are designing and coding educational computer programs and applications to teach lessons, such as how to measure liquids, to students who have disabilities and attend the school's life-skills classes. "Instead of just building applications that are simple throwaway games, this gets them to build something where they help humanity," technology teacher Nick Gattuso said.

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Asbury Park Press (Neptune-Asbury Park, N.J.)

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