Access to the Curriculum - Part 3

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Assistive technology (AT) and other instructional supports are important to each student's path to an enviable life. Student access to these tools and supports is required by IDEA and could mean the difference between a life of independence and a life determined by others. This third segment in the series focuses on the roles and responsibilities of school districts, families, educators, and communities with regard to AT and other instructional supports.

Access to the Curriculum

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