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Merit Software Solutions For Special Ed - Learning Disabilities

Special Ed - Learning Disabilities Software

Context-based instruction that helps special education students overcome their difficulties with comprehension, problem solving, organizing, and communication skills.

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Solutions / Special Ed - Learning Disabilities Software


In-depth Instruction - Provides a structured and supportive environment that enables college prep students to apply skills while they are learning.

Intensive Concentration - When students encounter areas of difficulty, they can choose to access several forms of assistance. Explanations, tips, examples, and options to retry skills maximize learning opportunities.

Personalized Feedback - Context-sensitive tips help college prep students accept responsibility for their weaknesses and build their confidence as learners.

Automatic Scoring - Teachers are able to quickly measure student areas of concern, using our Teacher Program Manager, and plan lessons in response to specific needs.

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