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Educators today are faced with the challenge of both integrating technology into the classroom and teaching students of all learning styles and abilities—including students with disabilities. Microsoft is dedicated to building accessibility into our products and to providing accessibility resources for educators.

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Over the past 30 years an increasing number of students have been diagnosed with disabilities, the use of computers on site has increased, and a greater number of students with disabilities are learning in inclusive general education classrooms. The convergence of these trends makes it vital to ensure that all students have equal access to computer technology and the educational opportunities it provides. This guide provides information on initiatives and resources that are available to ensure that all students have equal access to electronic information. It includes:

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This report examines awareness and use of accessible technology today and identifies areas for potential growth and predictions about future use. The study surveyed individuals with a broad range of difficulties or impairments, including those who experience mild impairments or occasional difficulty performing daily tasks and those with severe difficulties/impairments who are typically considered the most likely users of accessible technology.

Source: Fragment of the Document Abstract at Microsoft's web page

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