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(Oklahoma State Department of Education PreK - 12th and State Systemic Improvement Plan)
In 2017-18, ABLE Tech offers a comprehensive training program of in-person day-long workshops located around Oklahoma, online webinars and videos, plus, coming in the fall of 2017, online AT Curriculum Training – available to anyone with an Internet connection!
Trained ABLE Tech staff are available for phone consultations to help a student and persons who are part of the student's support network (family member, teacher, therapist or counselor) identify, evaluate and acquire appropriate AT.
A PDF with a topical listing of links, PDFs and documents, videos and webinars that can provide additional information on AT and related services from ABLE Tech and other state agencies.
Oklahoma, along with other states, is developing a state-specific improvement plan for students with disabilities that utilizes data to identify gaps in student performance, analyze state systems, and then implement targeted, evidence-based reforms to address the gaps. Work on this plan was mandated by the U.S. Department of Education in 2012 and phased out from FFY 2013 to FFY 2018. This link provides updated documents on the plan's progress.
Oklahoma State Department of Education Memo: Special Education Process Guide has been updated to reflect additional guidance regarding the inclusion of Assistive Technology on the IEP.