Check that alternative device meets OCR’s ‘equally effective, equally integrated’ standard

By Jennifer Herseim, Special Ed Connection® When school technology isn’t accessible to a group of students with disabilities, a district may provide an alternative device or other accommodation or modification, as Continue Reading →

Serve up school cafeteria app to inform parents about food allergens, nutrition

By Jennifer Herseim, Special Ed Connection® Technology can be an effective way to communicate school-related information to parents. Learn how one district’s school café app helps communicate information about the nutritional Continue Reading →

Website inaccessibility prompts district to overhaul 504, Title II steps

An Arizona district had to overhaul its accessibility processes after the Office for Civil Rights discovered that the district’s website contained barriers to access for people with disabilities, including those with vision Continue Reading →