From the National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials: The Right of Students with Disabilities Who Need Accessible Instructional Materials to Receive These Materials in a Timely Manner: A Brief for Families and Educators

A friend passed the link for this article on to me; from skimming the contents, it’s a well-written article that may be particularly useful when advocating for our children with print disabilities.  It looks like the legalities of accessible instructional materials (AIM) will serve to reinforce the laws regarding braille instruction in terms of ensuring our children are both taught to read braille and provided instructional materials in braille or other accessible media in a timely manner.

You can access the full article at

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