By Shantell Thaxton Berrett With 20% of students showing signs of dyslexia, new California guidelines advise teachers and administrators on how to identify and support this population. In California, around 220,000 students with dyslexia are being served in special education,
A former superintendent shares his model for creating a school environment that serves all students. By Greg Firn Stepping back from of my current role as chief operating officer at RoboKind LLC to my former career as a superintendent of
By Evan Silberman This article was originally published as “Promoting Accessibility in the Context of 21st-Century Higher Education,” in Transforming Higher Ed, an EDUCAUSE Review blog, on March 9, 2018. One of the emerging frontiers in postsecondary education is digital education. In 2015,
What is personalized learning, and how can it be used by both teachers and educational leaders to empower students to access their full potential? An experienced educator spells out the milestones that matter for personalized learning. The students in Sarah
By Cheryl Spittler “The one argument for accessibility that doesn’t get made nearly often enough is how extraordinarily better it makes some people’s lives. How many opportunities do we have to dramatically improve people’s lives just by doing our job
Where technology and best practices meet: 10 tips for building a great student data privacy compliance program (or improving the one you have in place).
When a San Diego nonprofit added adult education to its after-school program, its first step was to offer 24/7 access via a mobile app. By Vinod Lobo Helping refugees learn English and math presents unique challenges. The learners may
By Heather Stinson, Itinerant Teacher of the Deaf/ Hard of Hearing, Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech Itinerant teachers of the deaf (TOD) provide direct services to children with hearing loss in mainstream schools, consultation to their teachers and professional
Whenever you add a piece of content or a new feature or interactive element, take these steps to ensure your site is accessible.
Before we get comfortable, thinking access is the only fire we have to address, there is more: privacy, security, and quality.