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Increasing Statewide Support of Accessible Educational Materials

For New Hampshire, 2024 marks the state’s final year as a member of an inaugural cohort of states working to “build a robust and coordinated system for providing AEM and related technologies to all learners with disabilities who need them.” Funded by a grant from the US Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs, the cohort connects New Hampshire, Georgia, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, and West Virginia with the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials for Learning (AEM Center). The effort provides cohort members with intensive technical assistance in helping learners with disabilities from early childhood through postsecondary education. The resources developed from the project will be made available nationally through the AEM Center and provide examples of how states can improve accessibility services while providing educators with the capacity to close the digital design divide for all learners.