Why n2y?

Learners of every age and level have one thing in common—the wish to succeed. Every individual deserves to learn, be respected and become the best he or she can be. Which is why we’ve developed materials to help you prepare all learners—from preschoolers to adults in transition—for their journey of lifelong learning.

Read why Los Angeles USD chose n2y

  • special education software
    Rise Above Expectations

    Unprecedented meaningful access to the general education curriculum, current events news and communication tools that are modified to meet Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goals.

  • curriculum for students with special needs
    Conquer the Conventional

    A living curriculum with high-interest educational content that’s always up-to-date and aligned to all state standards.

  • education technology for students with special needs
    Empower Blended Learning

    Reduce barriers and establish high expectations for achievement with the perfect blend of technology, dynamic learning and professional development.

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    Picture cards that introduce vocabulary, encourage conversation and enrich dialogue.

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Our special education solutions prepare students for the ultimate test: succeeding in life. Advance learning and enrich lives with our standards-based curriculum, supplemental newspaper, symbol communication tools, skill-based learning games and professional development.

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