Universal Design for Learning: Implementation in Six Local Education Agencies

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This In Depth Policy Analysis begins with a working definition of UDL that incorporates the theoretical framework developed by CAST and the architectural concepts of universal design described by the Center for Universal Design. UDL is defined as the “proactive design of curricula (including learning goals, instructional methods and materials, and assessments) that are accessible and usable by all students with little or no need for additional accommodations and are compatible with available assistive technology.“ Staff from six local educational agencies in five states were interviewed to gather information about UDL practices, successes and challenges.

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