In a project awarded a grant by Microsoft’s AI for Accessibility program, NWEA, a research-based, not-for-profit organization that supports students and educators worldwide, aims to create an improved accessible math assessment for middle school students with visual disabilities. A prototype is available! This prototype uses Process-Driven Math (PDM) as a learning support tool. PDM uses chunking to simplify complex algebraic expressions, reducing the cognitive load on working memory. Read more about the project and try the prototype examples on Microsoft’s blog post, Making Math Accessible.