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Article Aug, 2017

6 Tips for Schools to Get the Best Technology Return on Investment

Personalized learning classrooms are entirely different from traditional classrooms. Learn what your peers are doing to make personalized learning possible.

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Technology in Special Education
August, 2017

Six Ways Technology Can Improve Special Education Outcomes

Every day, technology continues to improve the way educators manage student data, provide instruction, and streamline workflows throughout departments. Technology revolutionizes classrooms and learning styles, enables communication and collaboration, and improves efficiencies that lead to more valuable time spent with students. Since 2011, the number of U.S. special education students has grown steadily. Currently, 5.83 […]

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April, 2017

District Improves Student Outcomes With Special Education Product

One Detroit-area school district, West Bloomfield, struggled with special education administrative burdens & adopted PowerSchool to improve student outcomes

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November, 2016

Writing IEP Goals that are Appropriate, Achievable, and Awesome

Once teachers recognize and understand the steps and resources necessary to write IEP goals that are specific, clear, and measurable, they will have a solid plan to follow so students will achieve those goals.

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November, 2016

6 Ways to Spend Less Time on IEP Compliance

According to Sheri Klein in Principal Magazine, “special education teachers, on average, serve as case managers for 15 students and spend about 36 minutes per week per child on administrative duties and paperwork. This is significantly more time than they spend on students for whom they don’t serve as case managers (about 24 minutes). This […]

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January, 2015

Four Keys to Successful Collaboration on IEPs

The IEP process can be overwhelming, particularly for parents. That’s why it is important for IEP team members—including parents, educators, and administrators—to work together and support each other as they develop a plan for their student.

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