Providing Accessible Instructional Materials
Students who are unable to use textbooks and instructional materials in the traditional way may need accessible instructional materials (AIM) in order to have meaningful and equal access to the general education curriculum. Such access is guaranteed federal education statutes, such as the Individuals with Disabilities Education act (IDEA) as well as in the Pennsylvania Special Education Regulations: Chapter 14 for school districts and chapter 711 charter schools.
National AIM Center Announces LEA Website and New Language for the Purchase of Instructional Materials
The National AIM Center announces a new website for LEAs and Updated Language for Purchasing Instructional Materials.
Benetech announces award of a five-year grant to extend Bookshare services and provide access to math and graphical information.
First Blog Post.
- Language for the Use in All Textbook Purchases
October 22, 2012
- Unified English Braille Implementation Plan
November 16, 2015
- Obtaining Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM): A Quick Guide for Local Education Agencies
June 1, 2011
- Pennsylvania's Guidelines for the Provision of Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM)
July 23, 2012
- Accessible Instructional Materials FAQ
August 28, 2012