Educators from various academic backgrounds within the Colquitt County, GA school district are working together in 13 schools, a pre-K center, an alternative school, a Gifted Center, and a Pathways Program to support hundreds of students with disabilities. How is this district making systemic change to improve academic achievement? These educators collaborate across all departments to ensure curriculum is delivered effectively for students through the use of information (IT) and assistive technologies (AT). Etta Faggioni, Special Education Director, spearheads the Program for Exceptional Children. Her assistive technology team, known as the ATeam, work with educators in the various departments to enhance the teaching and learning environment. ATeam members include specialists in speech and language, reading, technology, intervention, and occupational therapy. The ATeam empowers, trains and troubleshoots for general and special education teachers, students, and parents. They equip teachers with the knowledge, resources and technologies to serve a broad range of students’ needs in self-contained and general education classes.