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Changes in technology have had a dramatic effect on how children who are deaf or hard of hearing are taught, according to a new report from Project Forum at the National Association of State Directors of Special Education. Technology, including visual or text-communication devices and speech-to-print software as well as the wider use of cochlear implants, can generally be positive influences on these students' access to a free, appropriate education as required under the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, wrote Eileen Ahearn, a senior policy analyst for Project Forum. Project Forum researches policy related to students with disabilities and is supported by the U.S.
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San Francisco – September 13, 2011 — Mindjet®, the company that improves how people work together, today announced the release of Mindjet MindManager® 2012 Professional for Windows®, the most powerful version of the world’s leading visual information software.
The AAC-RERC (Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center) is a US-based organisation that conducts research, development, training, and dissemination activities to improve options for individuals who rely on augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) technologies.