Monthly Archives: March 2017

The Grant Writing Proposal Process for Assistive Technology

According to the most recently available federal data, it is estimated that 5.83 million public education students, ages 6-21, are living with a learning disability like dyslexia. As an educator or school administrator, you know that educational tools like assistive technology can help students with learning disabilities become more prosperous in and out of the classroom. With over 46% of

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How Assistive Technology Helps Decrease Dropout Rates in Higher Education

As a post-secondary institute, graduation rates are one of the top measures of success and effectiveness of your university’s coursework and staff. With about 11% of undergraduate students having a learning disability, how do you make your campus classrooms an inclusive environment that sets all students up for success? Assistive technology allows higher education institutes to better support students who

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