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Progress Learning’s Accessibility Tools for Differentiation

Are you looking for a platform that prioritizes accessibility and differentiation in learning? Look no further than Progress Learning! Our platform offers a variety of built-in tools that make learning more personalized and inclusive for all students. We believe that every student deserves a fair and equal opportunity to succeed in their education, and our commitment to accessibility and differentiation reflects that belief. So come see for yourself the variety of tools Progress Learning has to offer and experience the benefits of an inclusive learning environment.

Accessibility Tools Anchor Chart

We want to make sure everyone can access and enjoy our platform, which is why we have built-in accessibility features available. To make it easier for you to review these features, we have created an anchor chart that outlines all of them. Download our anchor chart and see how we can make your experience with us more accessible and enjoyable!

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