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In second grade, Jose Alvarez struggled to read. He had fallen behind early in school. His older brothers and mother are dyslexic, and the family feared that Jose might have a learning disability too. Shortly after attending a third grade class taught by Ann Henkels, a dyslexia teacher in Frisc
K-12 Transition & Employment Specialists in schools make a big difference in the lives of students at risk and with exceptional needs. Project Discovery's adaptive curriculum helps students find a vocational interest and skill set that they are able, and eager, to perform.
Tennessee Tech University student Derrick Davis of Bell Buckle was part of a team that designed an adjustable rowing bike for use by special education students at Cookeville High School. For the 15th year in a row, mechanical engineering students in professor Stephen Canfield's class have designed assistive technology for community children just in time for the holidays...
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