These policies relate to requirements that students with disabilities are ensured access to virtual high school programs.
Accessibility is required of all public schools. Policies should cover technological access and curriculum adaptations for students who commonly use assistive technologies and/or auxiliary aids.
|Are students with disabilities required to have access to assistive technology devices for online learning?|
|Arizona||No information available|
|New Mexico||Yes, schools must provide accompanying electronic formats for students using assistive technology.|
|North Dakota||Yes, students with special needs must notify the Center for Distance Education's principal. The Center will assess those needs to help better serve the student.|
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