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  • Featured image for blog article: Making School Ramps ADA Compliant

    Making School Ramps ADA Compliant

    We can all agree that children of all abilities should be granted the same access to education. They shouldn’t just have access to the curriculum, but also easy access...

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  • Featured image for blog article: Meet Our School Accessibility Expert, Paul!

    Meet Our School Accessibility Expert, Paul!

    When talking about equal access to education, the first thing that jumps into a person’s mind usually isn’t the physical building. As simple as it sounds, physical...

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  • Featured image for blog article: Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Month: Make Your School More Accessible

    Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Month: Make Your School...

    Muscular Dystrophy (MD) is a group of diseases that cause people to lose strength and muscle mass over time. Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is the most common and most severe...

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  • Thumbnail image for blog article: While the kids are gone schools should add-on: Now is the time to implement new access solutions

    While the Kids Are Gone, Schools Should Add-On: Now...

    Sweet summertime is here. For the kids, that means weeks of uninterrupted fun until the next school year starts. For adults, however, it is the time when planning becomes actionable...

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  • Thumbnail image for blog article: Beauty, and Student Achievement, Is In the Eye of the Beholder

    Beauty, and Student Achievement, Is In the Eye of the...

    We have all heard that we are a product of our environment. So, what does it say about our students and teachers? That many of them learn and work in dilapidated conditions? From...

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  • Thumbnail image for blog article: Wooden it be Nice to Build it and Forget it? Why Aluminum Ramps are the Clear Choice

    Wooden it be Nice to Build it and Forget it? Why Aluminum...

    Over 31% of US schools have portable classrooms that require ramp access. While ramps typically come in either wood or aluminum form, there is a clear divide when it comes...

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  • Thumbnail image for blog article: All Bark and a Little Bite: How Wood Ramps are a Potential Safety Hazards at Your School

    All Bark and a Little Bite: How Wood Ramps are a Potential...

    ADA states that all classrooms must be wheelchair accessible. With over forty-one thousand schools in the US utilizing a ramp for their portable classrooms, it’s no surprise...

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  • Featured image for blog article: Understanding What It Means for Your School System to Be Accessible for All

    Understanding What It Means for Your School System...

    As you start planning for the 2018-2019 school year, it may be the perfect time to evaluate how accessible your campus is for all students, especially if the building is older....

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  • Start Making the Grade When it comes to School Building Accessibility

    Start Making the Grade When it comes to School Building...

    Is it time for an educational assessment when it comes to your school’s accessibility? Don’t wait until summer break to start the lesson plans, now is the perfect...

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  • Featured image for blog article: Taking Access to a Whole New Level

    Taking Access to a Whole New Level

    At EZ-ACCESS, we firmly stand behind the rights of individuals, regardless of mobility restrictions. With 3.3 million wheelchair users in the United States, attaining access to...

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