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Special Populations Supplemental and Remote Materials


Special Populations Resources

*please note this list is not exhaustive – it is a small compilation of suggestions as to where to access supplemental CTE materials

If you have a suggestion for a resource you would like added, please forward that information to the appropriate CTE Consultant:


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The National Technical Assistance Center on Transition offers research practice lesson plan starters (Topics include: Student Development – Academic Skills, Employment Skills, Life Skills, Safety, Safe-Determination Skills)

NTACT:C | National Technical Assistance Center on Transition: The Collaborative (

IXL supports students, parents, and educators through school closures and beyond, offering supports like implementation guides and parent communication strategies.


Financial Education: Online Apps that Teach students about money

EL Education offers resources to support teaching and learning virtually due to COVID-19: Helping all Learners, Characteristics

International Schools Services offers Online Learning: A Strategic Approach for K-12 Schools


Teen and Adult Phonics App (TAP) - offers a growing collection of sequential, decodable digital novels with edgy, engaging themes designed to appeal to teenagers and adults. Care has been taken to build a positive experience for older emergent readers, especially those with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, ASD or ADHD.

Omoguru - App reading tools for students with dyslexia that improve reading skills.

AccessNote is the official iOS notetaker App from the American Foundation for the Blind. AccessNote is the first notetaker for the iOS platform designed particularly for VoiceOver users looking for a highly efficient, feature-rich note taking experience.

Assistments: Distance Learning

National Center on Accessible Educational Materials - Accessible educational materials, or AEM, are materials and technologies usable for learning across the widest range of individual variability, regardless of format or features. Whether a material or technology is designed from the start to be accessible for all learners or is made accessible for learners with disabilities, it is considered AEM.