Missouri AT Program Reimburses Schools for AT Purchases

Child writing with colored pencils at desk.
Child writing with colored pencils at desk.

Did you know that the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires that assistive technology (AT) be considered for every student who receives special education services? That’s nearly 7 million students across the country (according to the National Center for Education Statistics). Although each student’s Individualized Education Plan must consider AT needs, the cost of technology and services can be daunting to schools and school districts. Learn how Missouri is helping school districts make their AT budgets go further through its innovative AT Reimbursement Program. Read the AT3 Center’s Missouri Case Study, the fourth in our Case Study Series.

Published On: April 6, 2021Categories: Program Spotlights
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