Seven Top "Accessibility" Articles for Educators That Can Fuel Learner Independence, Inclusion

Accessibility features can build independence for learners and create inclusive learning opportunities.


Spread The Word Today: Join The White House and Ed Dept. To Show Many Ways to Read

The White House and U.S. DOE want photos of reading where you are. Show the many ways to read beyond books in print.


13 Free E-books from KQED Are Magnets for Engagement, Making STEM Content Accessible

Try them! E-books from KQED and partners chart a course in STEM that leave books in print in the dust.


Real-Time Learning Goes to Capitol Hill with Reading Alternatives for Dyslexia, Print Disabilities

There are many students with dyslexia and other print disabilities who have yet to be found eligible for free literacy resources.


Kate DiCamillo Summer Book Picks: Try Accessible Versions for Readers Who Struggle with Print

Reading takes off when traditional books in print are replaced with accessible versions that support learners with print disabilities.


Happy 25th Birthday ADA! Videos Like These Are Sure To Deepen Professional Development

Short videos can support professional development and disability awareness. These are short, readily available and ready to go.


"Teaching Accessibility" Working Group Comprised of Big-Name Companies Tackles Inaccessible Tech

A new working group will target higher education so technologies become more accessible and inclusive.


Webinar Watch: Try Summer Learning Online: Boost Accessible + Truly Individualized Learning

Webinars by well-regarded sources empower accessible learning and individualize instruction for students who struggle to read.


Experts Weigh In On Dyslexic Students Reading Aloud; Find A Pronunciation Guide to Ease Anxiety

To ask them to read aloud or not to read aloud? These are good questions when it comes to students with dyslexia.


Check Out the Ed-Tech Guy Who Praises Google Apps, Chromebooks to Support Special Needs

David Andrade is engineer-turned-teacher-turned-ed technology administrator with advice on assistive technology.


June Behrmann

June Behrmann is an education writer-blogger. She’s a longtime SPED teacher who retired for about two seconds, and is now prospecting for accessible instructional resources.


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