IDEA 2004 requires that core instructional materials be provided in specialized formats when needed by students with disabilities. It is the responsibility of a student’s IEP team to identify the type of specialized format(s) that a student will need and document this on the IEP. The final regulations of IDEA 2004 and Oregon Administrative Rules require that local education agencies provide needed accessible core instructional materials to students with disabilities in a timely manner.
Learning Ally Oregon Support Site The Oregon State Department of Education is pleased to endorse Learning Ally to support educators in assisting students with IEP and 504 plans. Please take advantage of this special membership offer. Learning Ally, a national, nonprofit organization is the nation's largest library of accessible educational materials for students with visual and learning disabilities. They offer the core audio textbooks from top publishers that match your school's curricula to help meet your NCLB goals.
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