Teachers use tech to open ‘a whole new world’ for kids with different needs

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Lots of kids face especially tough challenges in school – whether it’s due to neurodiversity, physical disabilities or the challenges of poverty. A new feature story from the Microsoft Stories team describes how teachers are finding that tech tools can be used as leveling blocks to help address many of the different kinds of inequity in schools. Introduced on Tuesday, the new edition of the Windows 11 operating system, Windows 11 SE, and the lower-cost devices it supports, such as the Surface Laptop SE and others from Microsoft partners, join a range of learning technology aimed at helping educators give students the individualized support they need to succeed. Head over to Microsoft Stories to meet some of the students, teachers and administrators using high quality tech tools to help all kids be game changers in tomorrow’s world.

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