Ease the struggle of struggling students with these useful browser extensions

E-learning has become an intricate part of education in general. However, there are categories of students who don’t have equal chances when it comes to accessing the Internet, which hinders their development and personal growth. Many developmental disabilities, for instance, affect the information processing and learning experience of children and teenagers.

According to Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, amended in 1998, all e-learning content must be equally accessible to all online users.Therefore, using edtech in the classroom has now become a question of which or how much instead of if since even struggling students can benefit from it due to the accessibility features included.

Read more: Why designing for accessibility in e-learning matters

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