Educators rank, review top iPad apps for special education

The Children's Institute in Verona, N.J., -- a school devoted to special-needs education -- hosts a blog where educators rank and review educational applications. Computer specialist Randall Palmer shares 10 of the top-rated apps from the blog. For example, he highlights iReward -- a visual reward chart for students with disabilities that can be updated by multiple teachers with access to Apple devices.

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