Five Top Technology Trends In Special Education

Wisewire

“Developers and [K-12] consumers are now very tuned in,” said Cynthia Curry, the director of the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials for Learning , more commonly known as the AEM Center. ” Against that backdrop, Education Week canvassed the field for insights on new developments in the use of technology to support special education. Department of Education’s office of special education programs to tackle those problems.

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Today’s Innovations are Tomorrow’s Practices: Adapting Learning to Meet Students

Digital Promise

Department of Education, there are signs that the disruptions from COVID-19 may be exacerbating long-standing disability-based disparities in academic achievement. Leigh Bozard, Director of Special Projects, SELF (Special Education Leadership Fellowship). Department of Education.

We Have An Ed Tech-Accessibility Partnership. So Can You!

SETDA Says

Guest Post from Cynthia Curry is Co-Director of the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials for Learning (AEM Center) What do you get when you combine a state educational technology director with a state accessibility expert? A partnership that results in students having digital materials and technologies that are usable for learning across the widest range of […].

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