State & Local Education Agencies

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Making an IEP binder is a great way to keep information organized and at the ready when you need it. An IEP binder can help you prepare for IEP meetings and stay up to date on your child’s progress. This powerful tool can also help you communicate and collaborate with...

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This webinar, presented by PACER Center, gives an introduction to finding helpful resources from the Center on Technology and Disability (CTD) to support families. Information covered includes topic areas, types of resources, and tips for navigating and searching the CTD website. The webinar was created as a resource for professionals...

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It is important for parents to understand the “language” of assistive technology so they can be informed advocates for their child’s technology needs. The following glossary of terms can help parents learn about the kinds of assistive technologies that are available and how they can be used. (Get...

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Authors and web developers need to be aware of a myriad of parts when it comes to accessibility, particularly for students and those who use assistive technology (AT). This article shows a graphic that breaks down development from content creation to the laws that govern accessibility, particularly when it comes...

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EASI (Equal Access to Software and Information) is a non-profit organization, committed to the belief that students and professionals with disabilities have the same right to access information technology as everyone else. The information technology revolution combined with adaptive applications for people with disabilities provides us with the opportunity to...

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The American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) seeks to work as a convener, connector, and catalyst for change by focusing on political aspects for the inclusion of peoples with disabilities. As a founding member of the Coalition of Organizations for Accessible Technology (COAT), AAPD worked to ensure that legislative...

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This article gives a background into AT, as well as in-depth examples of what Low, Middle, and High-Tech AT options are, and what kinds of devices/tools can be used at each level for different scholastic subjects. Includes suggestions for staff training and further research as well. https://www.ldatschool.ca/assistive-technology/ ...

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The National Center on Disability and Access to Education (NCDAE) seeks to raise awareness among educators, administrators, and other leaders in the industry for web accessibility through research, training, and policy. Their focus is online and electronically-mediated distance education, and their goal is to make this a more accessible reality...

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Learn the steps of the universal design for learning (UDL) lesson planning process to meet the needs of all learners in your class. This video series contains seven separate short videos discussing lesson planning around universal design for learning. The videos include the following topics: (a) Why a UDL lesson...

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Christopher Bugaj, is an assistive technology specialist, speech-language pathologist, and podcaster, among other things, speaks about the concept of the “Least Dangerous Assumption” in this short video put together by the National Cerebral Palsy Association. In it, he outlines the concept, as initially conceived by author Anne M. Donnellan, whose...

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