Database of TA and Research Centers
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The AEM Center provides technical assistance (TA) to state education agencies (SEAs), local education agencies (LEAs), and other stakeholders to i(1) improve the implementation of NIMAS, a technical standard used by publishers to produce source files (in XML) that may be used to develop multiple specialized formats (such as Braille or audio books) for students with print disabilities, and (2) to develop and implement unified distribution systems in SEAs that will improve the timely delivery of high-quality accessible instructional materials to all children with disabilities who need instructional materials in accessible formats.AEM Center provides support for the use of AEM in early learning, higher education, and workplace settings and has extended its reach to include educational materials that are first developed and distributed in digital formats. The AEM Center will also provide support for the development, selection, and use of accessible technologies.
- Children and Youth with Disabilities
- Culturally and Linguistically Diverse*
- Experiencing Homelesness*
- Living in Juvenile Justice Settings*
- Living in Migratory Settings*
- Living in Poverty*
- Military Connected*
- Capacity building/system change*
- Cultural and Linguistic Responsive Practice*
- Evidence-based Practices*
- Personnel Prep*
- Professional Learning (Training, PD, COP, Coaching)*
- Stakeholder engagement*
- Tiered Frameworks (MTSS, RTI, PBIS)*
- Education Prep Programs (EPP)*
- Parents, Caregivers and Families
- Related Service Providers
- School Districts and LEAs
- States and SEAs
- Teachers and Local Practitioners
- Nationwide; targeted TA to Connecticut, Idaho, Maryland, Nevada, New Hampshire, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, West Virginia.