Technology and Special Education
We live in an era where computers are used in most people’s everyday life. Technology has achieved remarkable progress and with this knowledge it’s time that important issues are addressed. Homelessness, abortion, taxes, and welfare reform are a few examples of the humanitarian issues I’m talking about. But, the most important issue is education. Because everything we do begins with learning. We learn from our parents and siblings
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