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Excent, based in Roswell, GA, has released MyGraduationPlan 2.0, updated e-learning curriculum software for K-12 that allows special education students and parents to get more involved in their individualized education plans. This version of the software uses Universal Design Learning, which follows curriculum that allows all students to have equal learning opportunities. It has also been changed to comply with Individuals with Disabilities Education Act 2004 regulations. MyGraduationPlan 2.0, which presents content in a variety of formats, including interactive activities, is designed to help teachers and administrators to keep an eye on progress from their computers, track data, and ensure that transition goals are reached. Further information on MyGraduationPlan 2.0 can be found on Excent's site.
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