Texas students with print disabilities face substantial barriers in school—barriers imposed by the very print materials they are asked to read. The Individuals withDisabilities Education Act 2004 requires timely access to accessible materials. Yet students who are blind, have low vision, a physical disability, or learning orreading disability that impacts the ability to read printed books often wait weeks or months before receiving a book in a format they can read. Fortunately, digital accessible books from Bookshare® make the potential of timely access a reality. Most importantly, digital accessible books help students read and study independently. To readthe books, students can use one of the free software applications from Bookshare that provide a multimodal reading experience. In addition, students can read with their choice of assistive technology, such as a Braille device or other software application.