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Americans with Disability Act
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Augmentative Communication
  • Cal State University Northridge Center for Students with Disabilities. The Center is committed to providing outstanding services to students with disabilities in general and to those who provide services to people with disabilities by the dissemination of information through training programs, conferences, workshops, seminars and electronic media and may also conduct applications-oriented research as a means of improving the lives of persons with disabilities and the professional skills of those who work with them.
  • Information Center on Disabilities and Gifted Education Provides an overview of technology-related assistance for individuals with disabilities.
Beginning Reading & Early Reading Tech Based Support Programs
Behavior Disorders
Career and Transition
Cognitive Research
Collaboration Between General and Special Education
Collaboration Between Parents and Professionals
Cooperative Learning
  • California Services for Technical Assistance and Training. CalSTAT works in partnership with schools and families to provide training, technical assistance and resources to special education, general education, and families in support of collaborative efforts to appropriately educate all children, particularly those with disabilities.
Council for Exceptional Children
  • MARRSMainstream Amplification Resource Room Study. Sound field amplification technology used to enhance instruction, lessen teacher voice fatigue, and improve academic achievement in reading and language arts for students in grades K-6.
  • University of Nevada Las Vegas Library Services UNLV Library Services to Patrons with Disablities.  Provides services to patrons with disabilities that encourage independent use of the library to the fullest extent possible.
  • U.S. Department of Education
  • INSITE Model a home-based program to help parents and others identify children from birth to age 5 who are multi-disabled with sensory impairment to receive home programming to facilitate their optimal development
  • U.S. Department of Education
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Orthopedically Impaired
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  • Access Center
    Information about technical assistance systems, states, districts and schools, to help students with disabilities learn from the general education curriculum.
  • What Works provides educators, policymakers, researchers, and the public with a central and trusted siurce of scientific evidence of what works in education.
School Reform
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Visually Impaired
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