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AT Legislation

These are cards that discuss legislation regarding to assistive technology

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Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA) -If a student needs assistive technology and it is stated in an IEP, the school is responsible for providing it. -Schools must allow students to use AT at home and in other settings if it is required to receive FAPE.
Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDIEA) Part 2 -Schools must provide orientation, mobility services, and interpreters. -States have access to National Instructional Materials Access Centers (NIMAC) for students who are blind or need adapted print materials.
Elementary and Secondary Education Act -Requires all students to participate in academic assessments -Requires reasonable adaptions and modifications for students with disabilities.
Every Student Succeeds Act -Replacement of NCLB -Students must participate in standardized assessments. -Provides more state control and a variety of means of accountability.