pdated March 22, 2019 | This guide was created to help families and advocates learn why a student may need Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM), what types of specialized formats are available, how AIM are acquired, what supports are necessary to effectively utilize them, and what can be done to promote the use of AIM for students. With this knowledge, families can help ensure that students with disabilities have access to the materials they need to participate in class and achieve academically.
Editor’s Note: The acronym AIM has morphed over time into the acronym AEM, assessible educational materials. AEM is now the acronym you’ll hear most often.
SOURCE ARTICLE: Center for Parent Information & Resources
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