The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), a national nonprofit organization for K-12 technology leaders, has created an Accessible Technologies Self-Assessment Tool that its says will help district leaders gauge their progress in incorporating assistive and instructional technologies that can be used by all staff and students, regardless of any disabilities they might have. CoSN says this free online service can be used to assess six factors that are critical to the availability of accessible technologies: vision; communication and collaboration; funding; professional development and awareness; infrastructure; and instruction and assessment. After submitting answers to a brief online assessment, users will receive advice, information, and resources that are based on their responses to the questions. These materials will tell users how their school districts can better use accessible technologies to support all students’ needs. The tool is part of the organization’s Accessible Technologies for All Students leadership initiative, which aims to increase student achievement through the effective use of accessible technologies.