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CCIL 2.0: Inclusive Learning Beyond the Classroom

Photo of two educators looking at the UDL Guidelines and working on a sticky note activity

Project description

Through a three tiered service model of universal, targeted and intensive supports, the California Coalition for Inclusive Learning (CCIL 2.0) provides innovative professional learning focused on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to increase educator capacity to provide ALL students access to meaningful, relevant, and rigorous grade level instruction in inclusive classroom environments.

Universal Supports: CCIL will develop and provide a variety of resources to build educator capacity across California to universally design learning experiences that are inclusive, equitable, and accessible for all learners. Universal supports will be available on the project website and include webinars, high leverage practices, resources by topic, asynchronous resources and much more.

Targeted Supports: Guided by an Implementation Specialist, teams of educators will dive deeply into customizable PL activities throughout the school year, including:

  • Regional in-person training days
  • Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)
  • Monthly personalized learning workshops
  • Communities of Practice

Intensive Supports: In this capacity building model, CAST trains coaches at the county office level and spends two years diving deeply into CAST’s model of UDL Implementation. These coaches will learn to run innovative professional learning opportunities that leave county offices with the internal capacity to scale their work across districts and into other regions.

If you are interested in learning more, California educators please contact Shamryn Coyle, Project Director for PCOE at

Screenshot of the CCIL 2.0 flyer.

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Learn more about the resources and professional development opportunities we can provide to help you support all students in accessing grade-level literacy opportunities within a general education setting.

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California Department of Education (CDE)
California Collaborative for Educational Excellence (CDEE)


Project Leadership

Shamryn Coyle, CCIL Project Director, Placer County office of Education
Jennifer Levine, Chief Academic Officer (PreK-12), CAST
Elisa Torres-Barton, CCIL Project Director, CAST


For more information about this project, California educators please contact Shamryn Coyle.

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