A Missouri district has gone public with its use of a robot specifically designed to work with autistic students. Moberly School District in Missouri has adopted Milofrom RoboKind for use in K-2 classes.
According to the company, Milo is a "socially advanced" robot who "never gets tired, never gets frustrated, and is always consistent." The district has spent about $10,000 on the robot along with related curriculum and professional development for its special education teachers.
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