Technology allows students to connect with each other across borders, research information in ways never before possible and tackle real-world problems from inside a classroom.
But technology is also allowing some students to speak, read and write when those tasks were previously considered an impossibility.
“In the last 15 years, the idea of the Internet and digital content has grown so vast, and for people with physical and learning disabilities, it has been transformative,” said David Cattell, the head of assistive technology for the Chester County Intermediate Unit.
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