The project fosters the inclusion of students with disabilities in mainstream primary education in Macedonia and Serbia. It introduces assistive technology, including e-accessible textbooks and educational applications, into mainstream instruction, and strengthens the capabilities of public schools.
- E-accessible education in Macedonia and Serbia
- Ecumenical Humanitarian Organisation
- Country of Implementation
- North Macedonia
- Central and Eastern Europe
- In cooperation with
- Open the Windows
- First published
“Without assistive technology, my daughter would have never learnt how to read and write.” mother of a student
The e-Accessible Education Project introduced assistive technology into mainstream primary schools in the country: schools were equipped with assistive computer peripherals (e.g. big-button keyboards, trackballs, etc.) and over 300 teachers were trained in using assistive technology in their work with students with disabilities.
Inclusion and active participation of children with disabilities in mainstream primary education; capacity of educational institutions such as primarily schools to offer individualised services to their students with disabilities based on using modern technologies.
Solution, Innovation and Impact
Capacity building, advocacy