Educators must consider assistive technology for all children with an Individualized Education Program and provide this technology for students who require it. Assistive technology can be as simple as a pencil grip or as complex as a voice-activated computer.
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Minnesota Assistive Technology Manual Update - 5/29/19
A source for legal statutes and best practices for consideration and evaluation of assistive technology in special education.