Future Ready Assistive Technology: Fostering State Supports for Students With Disabilities

American Institutes for Research; Center on Technology & Disability
Rapid changes in technology will continue to shape the future of special education services and the integration of assistive technology. An understanding of the shifts in the technology landscape and possible future directions for the field is imperative for state education agency leaders as they develop the procedures, guidance, policies, and funding structures to support future-ready special education programs and initiatives. This report provides insights into the current status and future development of assistive technology as well as guidance to resources.
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