Dolly Parton's Imagination Library Offers Free Books for Blind, Low Vision Early Learners

Dolly Parton's early reader literacy program gives free books to children from 0-5 who are bling or who have low vision.

OCR Issues 2014 Guidance on Bullying Students, Including 6.5 Million with Disabilities

OCR has more than 2,000 complaints that show students with disabilities are bullied at school.

R.A.T.E. Conference in Fairfax Highlights Essential Assistive Technologies for Learning

For some students, assistive technology is the difference between struggling to learn and success in school.

White House Champion of Change Finds His Technicians With Disabilities Rise To The Top

This White House champion hires to make digital systems in schools, the workplace accessible to people with disabilities.

Curated Apps Fire Up K-12 Instruction, Some Are Ideal for SPED, Students Who Struggle

Pumpkin picking in October doesn't slow app, website, and software pickers who make great finds in an ever-growing field of tech.

Way to Go! Eddie Award Winners Include Special Education Tools by TextHELP, Kurzweil

Contest winners are innovative with technical merit.Some offer meaningful support to students with special needs.

Win A Special Multi-Media Edition of "Bat Loves The Night" from The National Braille Press

This print/braille book comes with an audio CD, tactile bat image, and lesson plans. Enter to win.

26 Free Teaching Resources Boost Instruction for Learning Ally's Most Popular K-12 Audiobooks

Teaching resources are unveiled for Learning Ally's audiobooks that synchronize printed words as a human narrator reads aloud.

Get AT Know-How Virtually! The 4th Annual Virtual TechKnowledgy Conference Registration Is Open

This year's sessions on Nov, 5-7 will be broadcast twice: From noon to 1 PM and from 3PM to 4 PM.

A Look At Intelligence on Learning: It Is Not Fixed, "Smart" Is Local, Says A Writer-Reporter

Annie Murphy Paul studies intelligence on learning. Could her conclusions (coming) reshape educational expectations?

June Behrmann

June Behrmann is an education writer-blogger. She’s a longtime SPED teacher who retired for about two seconds, and is now prospecting for accessible instructional resources.

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