Take advantage of ARPA relief funding to invest in adaptive technology
Reduce learning loss and improve accessibility for students who are blind or low vision.
In response to the pandemic, additional federal funding has been created to help the education sector address student learning loss, close achievement gaps, and assist with distance learning.
An unprecedented amount of funding is being provided to schools by the federal government, and school districts are currently using and planning how to use these funds. The decentralized nature of the school system makes it difficult to understand how schools might spend these funds.
Here is what you need to know about the ARPA relief funding
The massive influx of funds can start to address the accessibility and technology gap issues that existed before the pandemic. Schools can use some of these funds for one-time purchases and have between now and 2024 to spend the entire amount they are entitled to.
In summary, schools and districts can use stimulus money to better support students who are blind or low vision.
Choosing the right solution
Determining which is the right product for your blind or low vision student is important. We can help.
- Provide equal access to the curriculum and other instructional materials for blind and low vision students.
- Allow blind and low vision students to be fully integrated into the general education classroom.
- Help close the achievement gap for students who learn differently.
Assistive technology is providing pathways to higher education and employment opportunities
As the field of education moves toward greater integration of blind and low vision students into school programs, access to assistive technologies that meet their specific needs is a gateway to higher education, the job market, and financial independence in their adult lives.
Let's help your students develop their full potential!
- This is the perfect time to assess the needs of ALL your current students.
- Contact us to discuss which product is right for your blind or low vision student.
- Funding to address learning loss is now available.