It is the District’s intent that individuals with disabilities have equal access to not only classes and programs operated by the District, but materials and resources utilized in the implementation and delivery of those classes and programs.

Electronic and information technology has become a significant method by which information and education is provided.  As these technologies continue to evolve their relevance to teaching and learning will increase. However, if electronic information is not created or programmed appropriately and accessibility is not addressed, the technology will not be usable and available to people with disabilities. When a universal design approach is used, access to information is possible for everyone.

Information and guidance in the preparation of materials and use of technology will be available here soon. 

Last Updated: 10/12/2011 4:43 PM