What's with the “D” and the “C”?
You may have seen this symbol around our website, on our brochures, and in advertisements. What does it mean? Before we answer, think about this: it is estimated that 8 million students in the U.S. have some degree of hearing loss, and that over 90,000 students in the U.S. are blind or visually impaired.
Now, with that in mind, think about the amount of media shown in the modern American classroom. How much of that media do you think is accessible to the millions of students with hearing or vision loss? Watch Equal Access in the Classroom to learn the answer and to find out why we want everyone to know about the “D” and the “C.”