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Roots Executive Director Explains Modifying Tech Tools

Roots ED and Founder, Jonathan Hanover, discusses how the school built customized apps to integrate with their Google tools.

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Transcript: Jon Hanover: the apps that we built around Google Calendar that interact with the API – the first one is the one that basically takes that information from their calendar and makes it readable for a five year-old who comes in to us usually as a prereader, doesn't have a great concept of time, et cetera. Right? And it basically just makes whatever is coming up on their calendar visual and easy for them to comprehend.

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