Due to the current health conditions, TRC will be offering extended support to all teachers, therapists, students and families for the remainder of the school year.  This will be in the form of Zoom appointments or consults, creating low tech materials, weekly newsletters with current technology information, scheduled webinars for relevant tools and ongoing video modules on frequently used materials.  Request Support Here

The Technology Resource Center of Marin is a program of the Marin County Office of Education. Since 2001 we have served special education students in Marin, and have become an internationally acclaimed model for delivering the AT/AAC services our students need for living and learning. The TRC was created by Dedication to Special Education, a group of volunteer parents who raised the money and provided operating funds for our first five years. DSE continues to provide essential support, and we urge all parents to get involved!

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Our mission is to inform, evaluate, provide, and maintain appropriate Assistive Technology and Augmentative Alternative Communication (AT/AAC) tools, services, and opportunities for all students and their families in Marin County. We serve students with any type of disability throughout their educational experience.  



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    1055 Las Ovejas. Room 5A
    San Rafael, CA 94903
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    Thank you, Dedication to Special Education, for providing the vital funding that keeps the Technology Resource Center on the cutting edge and providing technology interventions to students with special needs.