Special needs eLearning curriculum upgrades

Excent®, the creator of software platforms built for special needs students in K12 communities, announces the release of MyGraduationPlan™ 2.0, a fully revised and updated eLearning curriculum.
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Excent®, the creator of software platforms built for special needs students in K12 communities, announces the release of MyGraduationPlan™ 2.0, a fully revised and updated eLearning curriculum.

Excent®, the creator of software platforms built for special needs students in K12 communities, announces the release of MyGraduationPlan™ 2.0, a fully revised and updated eLearning curriculum.

MyGraduationPlan™ 2.0 maintains compliance functionality from 1.0 to assist educators, administrators, and districts in monitoring progress, tracking data, and ensuring the completion of transition planning goals. New researched based modules focus on co-learning and self determination to further support the student’s development. All content is designed with a variety of information presentation formats, including interactive activities, so that all students can access information.

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