• Well-articulated and sustainable frameworks of MTSS and Universal Design for Learning both reflect the understanding that a single practice may be effective for one student yet may not be effective for other students.
  • The UDL and MTSS frameworks embrace assessment as something that should inform instruction and intervention.
  • In a Universally Designed MTSS framework, poor achievement does not necessarily reflect a disability.  Rather poor achievement may reflect the presence of barriers within the instructional environment, which prevent access to instruction.
  • Learn more about the alignment between MTSS and UDL with this resource.
  • If you have questions or want additional information, please contact your regional PaTTAN office. Follow @pattanupdates and #PaTTANUDL for key UDL concepts and resources