More articles Education and Internet Programs for Kids are being offered by the Department of Education (D.E.) to help them prepare for and navigate the world of technology.
The department recently announced its $5.8 million “Internet Educational Programs for Children and Youth” initiative.
This initiative will give school staff and educators a broad range of tools to support students and parents with autism, as well as their families, to prepare for, navigate, and thrive in the new world of digital technologies.
As a part of the initiative, the department has partnered with local organizations to train school staff on how to identify and support kids and families with autism in a variety of settings, including at home, at school, in school settings, and on the Internet.
The program is designed to help educators and administrators learn how to make connections with parents and families to help facilitate learning.
It also will provide parents and children with autism access to resources, including tools, tools, and other resources, the D.E. said.
For example, this is a resource kit that will help parents and students with autism connect with the Internet to learn about computers and video games.
It will include tools, templates, and tips for parents and other adults to use.
In addition, the program will provide support and resources for parents of children with ASD to learn how and where to communicate and engage in activities with other students, such as playing games and learning to use technology.
Parents and educators will be encouraged to use the information they learn to make decisions about their children’s health and wellbeing, including the prevention and management of autism.
“The D.L.C.S. program will serve as a resource and support resource for parents, teachers, and school staff to help prepare them for the digital world, while also providing a safe and healthy environment for their children to interact online,” the department said.
This is part of a larger effort to ensure that all children and families in America have access to information about the world and to make informed decisions about where they can and cannot participate in it.
For more information on this initiative, visit the D,L.L., and L.C.’s web site.