Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic (http://www.rfbd.org/) works with leading publishers and technology innovators to bring accessible materials to individuals with visual and learning disabilities. Since their founding, they have advocated for programs for individuals who learn differently. The combined voice of volunteers, students, parents, educators and other concerned citizens has driven the educational system forward to be more inclusive and inviting for those who learn differently.
As they plan for 2011, they are asking you to share your thoughts about the changes and improvements you’d like to see in state and federal law for the education of our students. To do this, please take a few minutes to take their 2011 Public Policy Survey, by going to http://www.rfbd.org/2011survey/. Your individual responses will be anonymous and your insights will be invaluable.