Sunnyvale, California: SmartEdTech, a company dedicated to transforming special education, released Version 2.0 of its popular SmartEdApp this week. “We are proud to be able to link student IEP goals directly to learning activities in the classroom, to give special education teachers and therapists instant feedback,” reported Pradeesh Thomas, CEO. “With such instant feedback a teacher or therapist can make immediate corrections or adjustments to a student’s Individualized Education Plan, resulting in the student’s achieving his/her IEP goals faster.”

What's New in Special Education? New Product, New Brand, New Website

May 20, 2015 - SUNNYVALE, California: Enthusiastic response to its new product, SmartEdApp for iPads, caused SPEDK12 to rebrand its product line under SmartEdTech and to launch a new Website. “Our new product line is growing so rapidly, that we needed to grow with it,” explained Sami Rahman, CEO of SPEDK12.

SmartEdTech Launches Training for Special Education Professionals

Sunnyvale, California - June 25, 2015 - SmartEdTech, a company dedicated to transforming special education, launches SmartEdTechU, an online training site for educators and special ed therapists, this week. The website hosts courses in how to use the company’s software, as well as how to change settings on an iPad or Android tablet to make learning more accessible for special needs students.

Stop Searching - Start Educating! New Learning App for Kids with Special Needs.

Sunnyvale, CA - May 5, 2015 - SPED K12 Inc, a California-based company, released a new app designed to help special needs students, their teachers and therapists, and their parents. Downloaded to iPads, the SmartEdApp provides a library of educator-selected activities for individualized student learning, tracks student progress, allows sharing goals and results with an entire IEP team, and integrates with the school’s existing Apple technology.

MountainView Whisman School District, California adopts SmartEdPad – a Dedicated Intervention Pad for every classroom

Sunnyvale, CA - February 28, 2014 - SpEd K12 Inc today announced that Mountain View Whisman School District (MVWSD) has purchased 80 SmartEdPad for its classrooms and trained their instructional staff. SmartEdPad was earlier called as SPED Pad. Demonstrating great trust and confidence in SmartEdPad, the MVWSD board unanimously approved the deal to realize and expedite the vision of “Education for the World Ahead” by transforming special education in every classroom using mobility technology.

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