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Survey - Use of Assistive Technology in Schools and Colleges

by Allan Wilson

on Mon May 17, 2021

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The ACE Centre and TechAbility are working together to research the skills, knowledge and awareness among school and FE leaders, teachers and IT staff regarding the use of Assistive Technology to support learning.

They have created a short survey in conjunction with Cranfield University to help gather data from specialist colleges, special schools, and mainstream schools with a specialist hub. It should only take 5 – 10 minutes to complete. The work is supported by England’s Department for Education, but ACE and TechAbility are keen to get feedback from other parts of the UK for comparison. The results may have an impact on future education policy.

If you can help, ACE and TechAbility would be very grateful if you could complete the survey to help them get a picture of the use of Assistive Technology to support learners with additional support needs in schools and colleges.

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