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Providing Accessible Instructional Materials

Pennsylvania 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.

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Find Accessible Instructional Materials

Results 51-60 of 15662
by Dr. M. J. Berson | Published: 2003
ISBN#:0-15-320179-7
Access#:6394
by Bruce Kosielniak | Published: 2004
ISBN#:0-547-93968-X
Access#:0869
by Bruce Kosielniak | Published: 2004
ISBN#:0-547-93968-X
Access#:0869
by Diaz | Published: 2000
ISBN#:0-8384-2624-7
Access#:7748
by Diaz | Published: 2000
ISBN#:0-8384-2624-7
Access#:7748
by Diaz | Published: 2000
ISBN#:0-8384-0934-2
Access#:7741
by Diaz | Published: 2000
ISBN#:0-8384-0934-2
Access#:7741
by Savitch | Published: 2008
ISBN#:0-321-48792-3
Access#:6806
by Savitch | Published: 2008
ISBN#:0-321-48792-3
Access#:6806
by John O'Reilly, Mark Williams | Published: 1997
ISBN#:0-7390-0485-9
Access#:0055