Education in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) is essential. Despite its importance, many are excluded from learning STEM because of learning differences or disabilities.
“STEM education is super, super important, and we are enabling all of society to learn.”
Brad Turner, VP and GM, Education and Literacy at Benetech
As many as thirty five percent of general education students struggle with math. Some have disabilities like dyscalculia; some struggle with organization; others assume they are inherently bad at math. Clayton Lewis, Professor of Computer Science and Fellow at the Institute of Cognitive Science at the University of Colorado Boulder, shares how inclusive math aims to disrupt these learning barriers.Learn about inclusive Math
How is technology changing the educational landscape? The fourth annual DIAGRAM report provides insight into the intriguing ways education is being impacted by mixed reality, the internet of things, multimodal STEM documents, and accessible gaming.Get the report
Many universities and colleges are needlessly duplicating accessibility evaluations for learning tools. Why can’t they share them? Read on in Inside Higher Ed
Textbooks that are Born Accessible Unlock STEM education for more students. Read more on Edsurge