Iowa's True Aim
In most schools, print-based instructional materials, such as textbooks, are a prime way of delivering curricular content. This system works fine for many learners. But for others – those who struggle to read because of physical, sensory, cognitive, or learning differences – such materials are not usable for learning.
These students need Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM) in order to access the general education curriculum. Such access is guaranteed in federal statutes, such as IDEA and NCLB, as well as Iowa’s Rules of Special Education.
The True AIM website is a resource for Iowa educators and parents to learn more about: