Monthly Update: August 2015
What's new at Benetech? Get your monthly update from our Silicon Valley headquartersEXPLORE » "Monthly Update: August 2015"
A Bigger, Better Back to School
Bookshare is key to success for students with print disabilitiesEXPLORE » "A Bigger, Better Back to School"
Announcing Human Rights Report
Report sheds light on LGBTI violations in UgandaEXPLORE » "Announcing Human Rights Report"
Advancing LGBTI Rights
Read about the culmination of a four-year, collective effort to advance LGBTI rights in Southern AfricaEXPLORE » "Advancing LGBTI Rights"
EdTech & Quality Education for All
Betsy Beaumon on the ADA's 25th anniversary and its future promiseEXPLORE » "EdTech & Quality Education for All"
The Latest News
A Bigger, Better Back to School for Students with Print Disabilities Aug 20, 2015
Let Bookshare set students up for success
For many schools and families, back to school is the busiest time of year. Teachers, ... READ MORE » "A Bigger, Better Back to School for Students with Print Disabilities"
New Report Sheds Light on Violations against LGBTI Persons in Uganda Aug 19, 2015
The Benetech Human Rights Program celebrates the success of the Uganda Consortium of our partner organizations in producing a new, high-quality report ... READ MORE » "New Report Sheds Light on Violations against LGBTI Persons in Uganda"
WHAT'S NEW AT BENETECH?
Possibilities Abound with Bookshare!
Learn what a print disability is and how Bookshare accessible books help students with disabilities overcome reading challenges.
CEO Jim Fruchterman on the Benetech Model of Applied Software-for-Good
On PBS NewsHour, CEO Jim Fruchterman explains how Benetech uses technology to help human rights groups.