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Three-year national ad campaign kicks off for new, free resource that empowers parents through personalized support, daily access to experts, specially designed tools and an online community to help
New innovative classes draw ESL language students to Victor College.
Educators and Therapists Able to Simultaneously Input Data for Group of Students Overland Park, KS (PRWEB) February 06, 2014 ABPathfinder, LLC, developer
Capital Area Intermediate Unit (IU) now offers its 24 component districts the opportunity to implement online therapy services for students with special needs. San
Learning disabled students often need accommodations to succeed academically, but they arrive at college unprepared to explain their needs to school administrators and professors.
The Colorado Department of Education awards Excent® Corporation with Statewide Contract Denver, CO (PRWEB) August 16, 2011 The Colorado Department of Education has awarded Excent a statewide contract for its flagship product Enrich, a software suite designed to facilitate the IEP process in K-12 schools and districts.
Student-led IEP Software Redesigned to Meet UDL Standards and Increased Compliance Roswell, GA (PRWEB) June 27, 2011 Excent®, the creator of software platforms built to empower special needs students in K-12 communities, announces the release of MyGraduationPlan® 2.0, a fully revised and updated eLearning curriculum aligned to fulfill IDEA 2004 compliance regulations.
CORONA, Calif., July 27 /PRNewswire/ -- CEO/President Lane Rankin has announced the launch of Illuminate Education, Inc. to provide next generation web-based software and services to the K-12 market.
Many children who are retained in kindergarten, first or third grade for academic reasons do not subsequently receive a document outlining the individualized special education services they should receive.
SANTA ANA, Calif., Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- In his new educational and legal guide, "The Autism & Special Education Law Coloring Book" (published by AuthorHouse), Paul H.
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