ESSA Spotlight: Applying UDL in the Classroom

To address the need for greater equity and opportunity in schools across the county, ESSA legislation identified Universal Design for Learning (UDL) as a “best practice” for teaching, learning, and assessment. So, what does this mean for students and educators?

Join us for this special presentation as we discuss the leading principles behind UDL and how it can be applied in your school or classroom.

This is a previously recorded event from October 2018.

View the on-demand recording from this live event now!


The language of ESSA clearly calls for integrating UDL into the classroom, with the goal of meeting the learning needs of all students, including children with disabilities, English language learners, and gifted students.

Join us as we breakdown what UDL is and the potential impact it can have on K-12 education.

During this live webinar we'll discuss:
  The importance of ESSA's emphasis on UDL
  Key benefits of UDL for teachers and students
  Three main principles of UDL

  Best Practices for applying UDL in the classroom


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