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MATN

TOGETHER, WE ACCELERATE

a strategic plan to narrow the gap for all students with disabilities

FOR OVER 25 YEARS, the Maryland State Department of Education’s Division of Early Intervention and Special Education Services and the Johns Hopkins University School of Education Center for Technology in Education (JHU CTE) have collaborated to bring you the Maryland Assistive Technology Network (MATN).

The need for intentional and strategic integration of assistive technology (AT) into specially designed instruction and daily routines is critical as educators, providers, and family members engage in remote, hybrid, and/or face-to-face instruction.

MATN has provided a professional network, meaningful information,professional learning opportunities, and state-of-the-art resources throughout the decades to educators, providers, and family members.

TOGETHER, WE ADVANCE

our impact

Over 100,000 students with disabilities in the community in Maryland receive special education services. By law, assistive technology must be considered for each of these students.

1,360

MATN members

30,000+

students receive
AT Devices

70,000+

students receive
AT Service

TOGETHER, WE RISE

assistive technology in the community

Continuity of Learning
Using Assistive
Technology: Alex’s
Success Story

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TOGETHER, WE EXPLORE

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TOGETHER, WE EMPOWER

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MATN connects educators, families, policy-makers, and leaders who are committed to using assistive and accessible technology to support learners with diverse needs.

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