What would you buy?

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  1. Tutor

    Tutor Comrade

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    Our school has stimulus to spend for special education. I need some suggestions. The principal would like me to find some software that I can use for reading and math support.

    Tell me what you would buy....:)
     
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  3. clarnet73

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    What age/functioning level are you trying to target?
     
  4. Tutor

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    K-6...We're a small Catholic school so any IEP students have mild disabilities.
     
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  6. WaterfallLady

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    What about Earobics or FastForward? Both have a large body of research backing them up.
     
  7. bethechange

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    Oooooh, I love Earobics. Good idea Waterfall Lady!
     

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