I have never seen one, even though I know they exist. I have the belief that cars will vary and it's good to learn how to drive a bit of everything just in case you need to in an emergency. Your daughter may need some time driving one type of vehicle before she drives another, that's something nobody else knows but you and her.
The driving style is different between ABS and non-ABS brakes. Everyone should know this no matter what they normally drive, if they borrow a car, rent a car, etc, you should know how you need to apply the brakes. In good weather it's about the same on every car, but in bad weather or in an emergency, they are different.
ABS pulses the brakes, sometimes you can feel the pulse in the foot pedal and sometimes not. With ABS you push the brake pedal with a smooth action and steer the direction you want to go. There is no pumping involved, the brakes pulse by themselves. There isn't much worry about heat fade either.
If you have regular brakes you need to ease into them and tap or pump them to avoid locking them up, getting some brake fade from overheating, or skidding out of control.
There are still a lot of vehicle out there without ABS, and for my kids, that's what they will learn to drive first in case they even need to be a designated driver for someone, or need to drive a friend's car because the friend is sick. My kids started driving at 12 though - only on private property and they also have to learn how to care for a vehicle and check everything too. My wife is German and learned over there, German laws are much more strict, some of her training saved her life 2 years ago when a moron that just bought a new Tundra drove it off the lot, down the highway entrance ramp, and merged into my wife's convertible because the Tundra driver never had a truck before and never even adjusted the mirrors before driving off the lot. Stupidity happens, we just want to make sure we know how to handle it. I hope your daughter never has to go through anything like that. I also understand a bit more why my parents never had an accident, they have always driven a bit like old folks and very defensively. They always told me to drive like everyone else was drunk.
2013 JKU Sport, billet, auto, 3.73, LSD, 315/75/16 Duratracs on MB 72, 10A springs, Bushwacker flatties
Sold - 2005 TJ, red, auto, 3.73, 33" Duratracs, 4" lift
Ice storm casualty in 2007 - 2003 TJ, green, auto, 3.73, 33" Duratracs, 4" lift