Some school districts that have rolled out online assessments have found that built-in assistive technology, such as magnified text and text-to-speech options, can benefit all learners. "There are all types of interventions that came out to address the needs of students with disabilities, but anyone can benefit from them and should have the opportunity to use those accommodations if they want them," said Kimberly Hymes, senior director of policy and advocacy for the Council for Exceptional Children.

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