Project KITE: Kids Included through Technology are Enriched

PACER Center

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This brochure describes Project KITE, a federally funded program of PACER Center of Minneapolis, Minnesota which is dedicated to training teams of teachers and parents to use technologies to support the inclusion of children ages 3-8. KITE serves all children regardless of disability, culture, or income level. The PACER Center holds training programs and has a Computer Resource Center and Software Lending Library. 

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PACER Center. Project KITE: Kids Included through Technology are Enriched (1997). PACER Center, Inc.: Minneapolis, MN. (4 pages).

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PACER Center, Inc.
8161 Normandale Blvd.
Minneapolis, MN
55437

Phone: (952) 838-9000
Fax: (952) 838-0199

Email: pacer@pacer.org
URL: http://www.pacer.org

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