Nevada Special Education
Technology Assistance Project
Enhancing the capacity of school districts to provide assistive technology devices and services.
The Nevada Special Education Technology Assistance Project (NSETAP) is established by the Special Education Branch of the Nevada Department of Education. The Project's purpose is to provide resources to school districts for making informed decisions regarding assistive technology devices and/or services which meet state and federal mandates.
The Project provides a range of services to education agencies, parents, and the professionals that serve students with disabilities. Read more about the services the project provides.
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The Nevada Special Education Technology Assistance Project has been established by the Office of Inclusive Education of the Nevada Department of Education to provide resources to school districts for making informed decisions regarding assistive technology devices and services that meet state and federal mandates.
Serve as a statewide network for school districts to support universal design for learning, assistive technology, and access to instructional materials for improving student achievement.
Maintain and improve statewide consistency of assistive technology policy and procedures
Increase resources and disseminate information through collaborative team work
Build capacity for knowledgeable leadership in assistive technology relative to:
Federal and state mandates
Effective best practices in consideration, assessment, plan development, implementation, follow-up, and training