Monthly Archives: November 2011

The role of the AT coordinator in school districts – has the role changed since No Child Left Behind?

We love our acronyms in the world of special education…so most everyone will recognize these letters – NCLB (now the ESEA…Elementary and Secondary Education Act)…and AT.   NCLB to me speaks of the desire for the educational system to meet the needs of all students, enabling success in school and beyond.  It clearly states “Failure is not an option…” and yet

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Providing Accessible Instructional Materials for Students with Learning Difficulties

What is your Strategy for Independent Learning and Student Success? When a student is identified at your school (or district or college) as having a reading disability or learning difficulty, how are they supported when it comes to accessing the curriculum? While some students may qualify for free services such as those provided by Bookshare.org (bookshare.org) in order to access

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