Educators' Experiences With and Attitudes Toward Accessibility Features and Accommodations
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A report from the DIAMOND project that explores the results of an online survey about educators' familiarity with and attitudes toward accessibility features and accommodations. Most of the 2,000 respondents reported that they work with students who use accessibility features and accommodations, which they believe to have a positive impact on educational outcomes. However, the survey results also show noticeable differences between different groups of educators and suggest that teachers in general education and English learner education may need more support in making and implementing decisions about accessibility features and accommodations.
- Educational accountability and assessment
- English Learners with Disabilities
- Accessibility & Accommodations
- English Learners
- Students with Disabilities