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Accessibility legislation: IEP, Section 504, and Section 508

Accessibility legislation: IEP, Section 504, and Section 508: Teaching Techniques: Making Accessible Learning
Accessibility legislation: IEP, Section 504, and Section 508: Teaching Techniques: Making Accessible Learning

Although it should be the goal of educators to make learning accessible to all students because it is the right thing to do, it is also a legal obligation. Different legislation such as Sections 504 and 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act, require that everyone is given the opportunity to access digital resources and a fair education. It is important to understand all legislature and guidelines that you are required to follow in order to provide accessible learning to all students.

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