[Nfbc-info] A Question about software

Chela Robles cdrobles693 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 16 20:45:04 UTC 2013

Hello all I was just wondering if you guys have heard of a software used 
at Mt. Diablo Adult Education School they use in the office module of 
the Administrative Assistant program called Key Train by ACT which is an 
online software which the screen readers NVDA and JFW can read the main 
window, but they can't read the lesson windows that pop up on top of the 
main window, so I was wondering how and if it is at all possible to tell 
the screen readers to read the lesson windows that pop up on top of the 
other main window?

Teachers have a sacred task:
It is to give children the skills to understand the world and an expectation that the world is a trustworthy place; that it is full of light, and love, and music and that each student deserves--and will have--their own place in it and the chance to play their own song.
And, as much of these expectations are transmitted non-verbally—and in Chela’s case--out of sight…it is the voice and touch of a Teacher that sheds light on what the world can be.
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