How accessibility tools can help kids do more in school

Meet Graham, a 12-year old with a neurological condition that makes him unable to read or write. With the help of Microsoft features like Windows text-to-speech and Immersive Reader, Graham went from being dependent on others to taking control of his education. He’s even running his own business.

Learn more about Graham and some of the ways teachers are using technology to help address inequity in the classroom on Microsoft Stories.

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