The provision of assistive technology (AT) to students with disabilities who require it to receive a free, appropriate public education has long been a requirement for school districts. However, the events of the past few years and the explosion of remote learning have forever changed the outlook of what AT might look like for schools and students. This session will cover the basic legal requirements related to AT and some of the latest in AT that school districts can implement.

Speaker: William M. Deters, Esq., Ennis Britton LPA