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    T. Hall & A. Meyer, 2004

    Reading to learn is a fundamental literacy skill and one closely tied to success in all areas of the curriculum. This article examines the research on instructional approaches to support students’ use of background knowledge. …

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    S. Stahl, 2004

    The federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001 and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) of 1997 mandate increased expectations and accountability for a diverse range of students to access, participate, and progress …

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    N. Strangman, et al., 2003

    Graphic organizers are introduced and defined as graphic or visual displays that depict the relationships between facts, terms, and/or ideas within a learning task. Various examples of graphic organizers are covered, including applications …

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    C. Hitchcock, et al., 2002

    The 1997 IDEA amendments stipulate that students with disabilities are entitled to access, participation, and progress within the general education curriculum. This language offers greater potential educational opportunities for students …

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    AEM Center, 2019

    AMPs produce instructional materials in specialized formats such as braille, large print, audio, or digital text. This guide provides basic information about three AMPs that use NIMAS source files to convert materials into student-ready specialized formats.

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    Screen shot of Writer's Key online tool for teaching composition writing

    Vue, Hall, et al., 2015

    This descriptive study examined focus group data gathered to address two questions: First, do data from focus groups affirm and expand our understanding of writing and writing development among middle school students? And second, do data from focus groups provide information helpful to the use of digital technology for enhancing writing instruction, production, and engagement?

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    C.P. Proctor, et al., 2014

    The study examined self-reported levels of motivation in predicting reading comprehension among 76 linguistically diverse middle school-aged students with disabilities in an urban Northeastern school district in the United States. ...

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    D. Rose, et al., 2014

    In this article, the authors explore a changing educational and technological landscape that will radically change for the better how learners with "print disabilities"—people with dyslexia, for example—will learn in the near future. ...

  • A sprout breaking through the pavement

    Project RAISE applies Universal Design for Learning principles to science curriculum in order to make it more accessible, engaging, and effective for diverse learners experiencing incarceration.

  • Aerial photograph of the U.S. capitol building

    In 2006, CAST joined with several organizations to form the National UDL Task Force, an interdisciplinary coalition that advocates support for UDL in federal, state, and local policy. The Task Force has successfully advocated for the inclusion of UDL in the federal Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 and in various policy directives from the US Department of Education.

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