iPad helping autistic children in the classroom

OWINGS MILLS, Md. - For the students at Harbour School in Owings Mills, disability is not an excuse.

Every student at Harbour School in Owings Mills recently got their own iPad to bridge the learning gap between teacher and students with learning disabilities.

With the amount of apps available on the iPad, it is a virtually limitless teaching resource and it keeps the kids motivated.

And that motivation drives these students to excel.

But are the iPads competing with the teachers?

Even Mr. Levy, a teacher at the school, agrees that the iPad has a more appealing look to it than teachers. But he doesn't mind.

He's happy their students have them and are excited to learn he said.

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