Urban Pathways school adopts platform to help special education students during remote work

Urban Pathways school adopts platform to help special education students during remote work
A compilation of pictures from school hallways and classrooms - some before and some after social distancing. (Cox Media Group/Cox Media Group)

PITTSBURGH — Urban Pathways K-5 College Charter School has partnered with Meyersdale-based Action Driven Education to provide support for special education students during remote work this school year.

Action Driven Education created Accomods, a digital platform that supports teachers and parents in creating accommodations and modifications that align with a students' individualized education plan.

“The students were used to the brick-and-mortar setting,” said William Wade, CEO and superintendent of Urban Pathways. “We want to make sure that we have everything aligned to the needs of our students. Action Driven Education gives us an opportunity to make sure that our learners have equity and access to everything they need to be successful.”

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