IPads are used to help various students in special education

09/25/2011 | WDBJ-TV (Roanoke, Va.)

Some students in Roanoke County, Va., are using an iPad to address various special needs. The school system began using the device in its special-education curriculum after a successful trial two years ago. One 13-year-old with a severe brain injury uses iPad memory games to sharpen his memory, while specialists use an iPad to track the progress of students who can't see.

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