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Many students with special needs encounter learning obstacles that can be eliminated or minimized through assistive technology. The Special Education Technology Center (SETC) staff can support your school teams with guidance around selecting, trialing, and implementing assistive technology (AT).  The SETC staff are also equipped to support technology decisions at the classroom, building, and district-level through the lens of inclusive practices and the Universal Design for Learning.

School district personnel may request assistance from the SETC when they feel that a barrier related to their disability affects a student’s learning potential. The barrier may limit a student’s access to curricula or classroom activities or may interfere with the student’s ability to express what he/she has learned.

Learn more about a SETC Tech Assistance & Consultation.

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