When thinking about accessibility as a whole, it’s really important to remember that without accessibility, there can never truly be inclusion or equity. So we want to make sure that we’re addressing systemic issues of equity. Accessibility has to be one of our considerations. Watch this video on Operationalizing Accessibility to learn more.
Equity Through Language Access: Best Practices for Collaborating with Interpreters
This article from Colorin Colorado explains the differences between bilingual staff and interpreters and sets forth guidelines for working with interpreters to provide language access in educational settings.
As a State of Many Languages, Virginia Needs Language Access
This resource provides information related to the multilingual population in Virginia and examples of limited language access in Virginia, and information on current legislation to expand language access in Virginia.