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Assistive Technology in Education

Guides governments in improving policies and services to provide assistive technology in education to children with disabilities.
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This paper describes some of the assistive technology in education that can help children with disabilities. It guides country governments in improving policies and services to provide more children with disabilities with the assistive technology they need. 

The guidance on policies and services may be helpful for any government in helping children with any disability, including Deaf and hard of hearing children. However, the examples of technologies for Deaf and hard of hearing children are limited. The primary focus of this paper is on policy issues and service systems, not on individual technologies.

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