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"Say Dyslexia" to The Next U.S. President? Writing Project Asks Teens to Share "What Is Important!"

Teens who write a letter to the next president could raise dyslexia awareness as a new administration comes to Washington, D.C.

4 Videos From The Georgia AT Team Showcase Tech Tools for Reading, Writing, Note-taking, Math

Quick and comprehensive videos show how assistive technology can support struggling learners in reading, writing, math and

5 Videos, 1 Math Problem: Accessibility + Support = Access, Comprehension, Progress, Achievement

Teachers and parents can do more to bring accessibility front and center to support struggling and able students.

AIM-VA's Free Webinars Are Back! Optimize Teacher-Made Materials So They Are Accessible

Clear space on your calendar and schedule free AIM-VA webinars to enrich student learning.

Snoopy Enlivens "Library Sign Up Month" While Accessibility Grows in School, Public Libraries

Accessible digital offerings for students do not have to be limited by a school's or public library's collections.

Happy Birthday U.S National Parks! Actress Bella Thorne Champions Dyslexia, NPS Sites

Print-only worksheets created by teachers about National Parks can be converted to improve instruction.

5 Easy Tips for Making Your Social Media Posts More Accessible: Mindy Johnson's Guest Blog

In this post by Mindy Johnson of CAST, she reveals five secrets that improve communications for users of social media.

Calling All Teen, YA Writers! Story Shares Launches 2016 "Relevant Reads Story of the Year Contest"

Students below grade level need books that attract and keep their attention. This contest supports their literacy.

Struggling Readers? Pair Multimedia Oral Histories from StoryCorps with "Just-RIght" Accessible Books

Free StoryCorps resources and "just-right" book formats excite learners who struggle with print.

The Codpast Demonstrates How Ears Can Be Better than Eyes with Text-to-Speech Software

The Codpast offers fresh and contemporary resources for students and adults with dyslexia.