Get Quick Smarts about Accessibility from The "CAST/AEM Figuration" Web Creation Tool

An open source Css/Javascript tool is not for teachers, per se, but it quickly sheds light on website accessibility.

#NationalBookLoversDay: AEM/AIM Is A Free Source for Accessible Book Formats Under IDEA

AEM is the best answer for students with print disabilities who need a reliable resource for alternatives to print.

A 30-Second Book Talk + Accessible Books Invite Struggling Readers to Engage in Literacy

When school resumes, pair a novel book review with an array of accessible books.

#ReadWhereYouAre Day Is Aug. 5! Participate with Audio, Digital, Braille, + Large Print Formats

There are many ways to read. Raise awareness by posting a photo showing alternatives to print!

For Students Who Need Learning Accommodations The Process Works Differently After High School

Plan ahead during high school so learning accommodations are in place in post-secondary settings.

Of All The Quotes on #DGovQt by Past, Present Greats, Here Is A Favorite From Howie Mandel!

I found many sources of inspiration on #DGovQt, but Howie Mandel gets my top honors.

Free Tools on Intensive Intervention: See National Center's Sample Lessons, Webinars, Expert Videos

Resources from the National Center on Intensive Intervention focuses on helping the most challenged students with disabilities.

Harry Potter Returns as A Play: Marketing Strategy Creates Unintentional Accessibility!

The return of Harry Potter as a play and multiple formats create accessibility that supports struggling readers.

Learning Ally Rolls Out A Virtual Chat to Connect Struggling Readers with Dyslexia, LD to Books

Struggling readers with IEPs can not only get audiobooks, they can tap into learning and emotional supports.

Free ! 12 Favorite Quotes from The "Inclusion Lab" as Posters + Free Calendar Light Up Learning

We have our favorite quote about inclusion and it promotes "born accessible" learning materials.

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