How Tech-driven Learning can Benefit Students with Disabilities

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Almost three decades ago, IDEA declared that schools should incorporate students with disabilities into mainstream classrooms - the Least Restrictive Environment; however, compliance has been inconsistent. As schools move towards technology-based differential learning, classroom teachers may be able to provide students with disabilities a variety of digital tools and apps that better meet student needs within a mainstream classroom.

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