Accessibility

When it comes to issues of accessibility to education and school failure, students with disabilities are regarded as one of the most vulnerable people. Everyone should have access to a fulfilling, equal, and accessible education experience. We need to do everything we can to encourage and enable blind and visually-impaired students to achieve their full potential. Accessibility is much more than providing resources in an accessible format – it’s equality and inclusion.

There are multiple factors that indicate that accessibility and technology are affecting how teachers plan and deliver their lessons in the classroom. In the classroom, technology is constantly evolving, giving teachers more options for presenting their courses. They can now provide more options for students with physical and learning challenges thanks to technological advancements. 

Technology aids in bridging the gap between communities with inequalities in income and resources. It aids in providing students with an experience that is unique to them. Teachers can teach children with several talents and living situations, and they can use technology to bridge the gap between them and their colleagues. Teachers have access to resources that are not always available within the school. They can provide students with new experiences and relate to them using the technologies that they use regularly, making the teachings relevant to each of their students. Accessibility and technology evolve through time and provide students with a good quality of education and are influenced by social, demographic, economic, and political diversity.