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Elementary School Deploys Classroom Mics to Boost Confidence of Students

by Dian Schaffhauser       February 14, 2017

Previously featured in THE Journal

A Southern California school has added technology that enhances "audio clarity" in its classrooms. New River Elementary School in the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District has implemented microphones that hang around the necks of teachers and students to amplify their voices through a flat panel speaker.

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3 Visions of Truly Inclusive Education

by Jennifer D. Goldman, Karyn Lewis, and Dr. Genevra Walters

Previously featured in GettingSmart 

In their mission to prepare every student for college or a career, today’s K-12 schools have to support not just high achievers, but students with emotional disturbances, language issues, and hearing challenges. Here are three educators whose creative solutions are making “readiness for all” a reality.

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New Elementary School is a Model for Inclusion

Nelson Place School is designed to meet the needs of all students

by Dennis Pierce

When students and staff at Nelson Place School in Worcester, Mass. move into their brand-new, $58 million building next fall, they'll find a number of innovative features designed to accommodate children with a wide range of challenges and abilities.

Previously featured in School Construction News 

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