Students with print or reading disabilities will have a new resource to help them access thousands of books, magazines, and other texts electronically: Bookshare, a nonprofit online community, and Don Johnston Incorporated, a supplemental instruction provider, recently announced a partnership that will give print-disabled students a free text reader to access electronic books from the library.


The free text reader, called the Read:OutLoud Edition Text Reader, will serve an estimated 1 to 3 percent of the total K-12 student population, the two partners said—specifically, those who receive special-education services and

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