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AT in Schools

From AT to accessible IT, schools have much to consider to ensure that their students have complete access to the curriculum presented to them. Whether it includes accessible online learning platforms, AT in the classroom to access materials and communicate with peers, or fully accessible websites for parents and families to maneuver, schools are often the innovators and providers of access in multiple capacities for students with disabilities.

The Georgia Project for Assistive Technology has compiled a four-part training on on developing, implementing and improving AT services in the school, 10 Things Every District Should Know About Assistive Technology, to share with educators, administration, and families. Useful to school districts in all states, check out this training that provides pertinent tools for any school system!


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