Framing the Future of Learning with Technology
If you are—or want to be—part of a district where:
- special and general education teachers work together to ensure access to learning for students with disabilities
- family members of students with disabilities are meaningfully involved
- technology leaders in instructional and assistive technology collaborate
- administrators foster a culture of inclusive policies and practices
- people are passionate about the role of technology in the educational success of all students
Does this sound like you? If so…
Get to know CITES
Over the last 25 years, schools have made great strides using assistive and instructional technology to support all learners, including students with disabilities. Although each of these robust systems is essential, they rarely work together. This creates silos of support rather than a coordinated, streamlined ecosystem that benefits all.
The Center on Inclusive Technology & Education Systems (CITES) is here to work with educators and families to fix that problem.
By leveraging the strength of interdisciplinary district teams, CITES will co-build a framework that can be used by any district to create an inclusive technology ecosystem. We believe that the time is right to come together to ensure that every student has the opportunity to learn with technology.