Across Europe, access to learning opportunities offered by digital technology for learners with ASC and ID is very limited, widening the education gap and exacerbating education inequalities.
School systems are facing major challenges as they work to provide an equitable educational experience for learners with autism and intellectual disabilities.
Although digital learning has become a critical lifeline for education, there is a lack of digital tools and educational content for learners with ASC and ID.
Teachers, special educators, educational/paedagogical assistants, and other support professionals, need training and support to be able to seize the potential of digital technologies for enhancing and innovating education.
The main objective of the project is to reduce the digital divide in education for learners with ASC and ID by:
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