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1 in 5 children

in the U.S. have learning and attention issues such as dyslexia and ADHD (NCLD).

7.3 million

or 14 percent of all public school students, receive special education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (NCES).

When supported effectively

students with disabilities grew in reading and math during the school year as much or more than never-SPED students (NWEA).


As districts, educators, students and families continue to adjust to a variety of learning environments, the needs of students with disabilities are too often put on the back burner—instead, they must be considered from the beginning. Family communication, online instruction, teleconferencing and counseling, independent study, blended learning, needs assessment, and data tracking and analytics are each stronger and more effective when they are designed to meet the needs of all learners.

The Educating All Learners Alliance (EALA) is an uncommon coalition of organizations committed to resource sharing and community-building that supports the efforts of the education community to meet the needs of students with disabilities.

We are committed to showing the path to possible for practitioners by providing curated, searchable resources, access to experts, a tech library featuring accessibility features in edtech, and examples from the field.