If A Mom "Reading Aloud" Is A Student's Primary Substitute for Print, Consider Accessible Formats

Reading aloud is not the only way struggling students can access their curriculum. Learn more about formats that build independence.


8 Top Apps for Understanding Fractions, Plus Free Webinars in May to "PowerUp" Inclusive Learning

Explore PowerUp What Works, a federal resource focused on disabilities, UDL, technology, and professional development.


FCPS's Cheryl Temple Shares Best Assistive Tech Tools, Tips That Boost Learning at School, Home

These tech tools used at school and home are proven helpers for students striving to stay on grade or close their achievement gaps.


Win A VIP Place at Dolly Parton's Imagination Library Concert: Fund Audio, Braille, Print Books

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library includes audiobooks and books in braille since 2011.


Story Share, The Contest, Grows Into A High-Interest Low Literacy Accessible Book Hub

Story Share creates a new accessible reading destination wit original curriculum content for teenage Learners with low literacy.


5 Reasons Why Dyslexic, Other Young Readers Need Accessible Books To Grow Emotionally

Young people with dyslexia need the same opportunities for social-emotional learning as students who read books in print.


TextHelp™ Unveils "Teach for Google" AT Support System + Google Apps for Education Partnership

Texthelp™ is the first assistive technology provider named as a "Google for Education Partner."


View + Vote the "People's Choice:" UDL 2015 Video Contest Deadline Is Friday, 4/24 at Midnight EDT

Voting is open. View the videos on CAST's "YouTube" Channel. "Like" those that best communicate UDL in practice.


Earth Day Network 2015 Releases Free, First-Ever Accessible i-Textbook on Climate Change

When print is a barrier to learning, turn to alternative formats that create access, empower literacy, and get students involved.


"Accessibility for All Learners" Ranks in Top Ten List of Critical Needs by The U.S. Ed Department

In case there is any question, "accessibility" is an urgent need, the U.S. Ed Department tells educational product developers.


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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