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Unleashing Potential: The Transformative Power of EdTech Accessibility for Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Unleashing Potential: The Transformative Power of EdTech Accessibility for Students

Dear EduChampions, In the kaleidoscope of education, the advent of EdTech has ushered in an era of possibilities, especially for our students with intellectual and developmental

 Mastering the Art of Data Collection: A Guide for Special Education Teachers

 Mastering the Art of Data Collection: A Guide for Special

Hey there to all the dedicated special education teachers out there! In the often difficult world of special education, data collection and progress monitoring stand as

Triumph Over Burnout: Navigating the Special Education Journey

Triumph Over Burnout: Navigating the Special Education Journey

Greetings, fellow champions of inclusive education! Today, let's embark on a journey filled with triumph, resilience, and the unwavering spirit of making an impact in special

Fostering Inclusivity: The Transformative Impact of Bringing Related Service Providers into the Classroom

Fostering Inclusivity: The Transformative Impact of Bringing Related Service Providers

In the ever-evolving landscape of education, the importance of creating inclusive and supportive classroom environments cannot be overstated. One powerful way to achieve this is by

Special Education Advocacy: Love for Nursing and Self-Determination

Special Education Advocacy: Love for Nursing and Self-Determination

Jeanette Lange is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to empowering her son, Sam. Harnessing her expertise as a nurse, Jeanette has used

Nurturing Dreams: A Journey of Teaching Functional Skills, Promoting Advocacy, and a Story of Triumph

Nurturing Dreams: A Journey of Teaching Functional Skills, Promoting Advocacy,

Greetings, fellow advocates for inclusive education! Today, I am delighted to share a heartwarming story that embodies the essence ...

🌟 Empowering Futures: Setting Post-Secondary Goals for Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities 🌐📚

🌟 Empowering Futures: Setting Post-Secondary Goals for Students with Moderate

Greetings, advocates for inclusive education! Today, we embark on a crucial journey – the art of crafting post-secondary goals for students with moderate to severe disabilities.

Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities: The Importance of Data and Progress Monitoring

Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities: The Importance of Data and Progress

📣 Students with Diverse Needs: Navigating Challenges and Triumphs 📚 Students with moderate to severe disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, and multiple disabilities, require

Full Circle Moments: A Special Education Teaching Journey with Lori Pollett

Full Circle Moments: A Special Education Teaching Journey with Lori

Greetings, fellow education champions! Today, we embark on a journey close to my heart as we delve into an interview that holds deep personal significance for

Empowering Dreams: A New Year’s Journey in Special Education

Empowering Dreams: A New Year’s Journey in Special Education

Hello, Champions! As we embark on a new year filled with possibilities, it's essential to embrace the belief that every student, regardless of the complexity of

Setting Intentions for the New Year: A Functional Academics Approach

Setting Intentions for the New Year: A Functional Academics Approach

Dear Inspirational Educators, As we bask in the afterglow of the holiday season (Whew! We made it!) and shift focus to the rapidly approaching new year,

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Leader: Guiding Our Exceptional Learners with Confidence and Compassion

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Leader: Guiding Our Exceptional Learners with Confidence

Hello, Remarkable Educators! As we immerse ourselves in the festive spirit of the season, I wanted to take a moment to share some heartwarming insights and

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Pricing

SDES has teamed up with Mundo Pato, Inc., our cloud publishing partner, to create a simple and affordable solution for special educators to use during this critical time.

The Virtual Teaching Materials are a separate supplemental purchase that will greatly enhance the Styer-Fitzgerald Program for Functional Academics ​or can be used on its own.

Virtual Teaching Materials Pricing 1st year: $1000 non-recurring configuration fee plus 12 x monthly charge.

Students
Per Month
Per Year*

0-50

$150

$1800

51-75

$225

$2700

76-100

$300

$3600

101-125

$375

$4500

126-150

$450

$5400

151-175

$525

$6300

176-200

$600

$7200

201-225

$675

$8100

226-250

$750

$9000

251-275

$825

$9900

276-300

$900

$10800

Monthly subscription charge is based on a minimum of 100 students ​and increases by $125 per group of 25 additional students.

Scheduling Tip

Find a student in your classroom who can read and understand your master schedule. Assign them a job in the morning to help set up individual student schedules. See the video of Megan setting up the schedule.
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Suzanne’s student Megan was her Teacher’s Assistant first period during her junior and senior year. One of her jobs, among other clerical tasks, was to set up individual student schedules. It saved Suzanne prep time in the morning and was a great vocational experience for Megan.

SDES has teamed up with Mundo Pato, Inc., our cloud publishing partner, to create the full Styer-Fitzgerald Program for Functional Academics in the cloud. *The Styer-Fitzgerald Program in the Cloud Start-Up Fee: a $6000 non-recurring start-up fee will be added to the first year subscription only.

Cloud Pricing

Students
Per Month
Per Year*
0-100
$500
$6000
101-125
$625
$7500
126-150
$750
$9000
151-175
$875
$10500
176-200
$1000
$12000
201-225
$1125
$13500
226-250
$1250
$15000
251-275
$1375
$16500
276-300
$1500
$18000
301-325
$1625
$19500
326-350
$1750
$21000
Monthly subscription charge is based on a minimum of 100 students ​and increases by $125 per group of 25 additional students.