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  • Clusive logo and the toggle character from the tool

    Clusive is an adaptive and accessible web-based reader designed to engage students in independent reading. Based on the inclusive principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), Clusive scaffolds the development of reading skills for students in grades 5 through 12.

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    We're leading a field-building initiative to stimulate, support, and sustain best practices in UDL education program design, product development, and classroom instruction to meet the growing global demand for UDL as a design framework that recognizes variability among all learners.

  • Aerial photograph of the U.S. capitol building

    UDL is found in many public policies in the U.S. around K-12 education, higher education, educational technology, and workforce development.

  • A group of educators collaborating with sticky notes and the UDL Guidelines

    The New Hampshire Universal Design for Learning (NHUDL) Innovation Network is a multi-year job-embedded professional learning program for New Hampshire educators who are committed to empowering all learners.

  • Far North Literacy Development Consortium logo

    The Far North Literacy Development Consortium will focus on using Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to build teacher capacity for literacy instruction across disciplines.

  • Corgi logo: Co-organize your learning

    Corgi marks the next generation of graphic organizers, helping students co-organize their learning in a digital, Google App environment. We want to see every student build higher-order thinking skills and become an expert learner.

  • Icon representing the UDL Guidelines graphic organizer

    The Young Adult Advisory Board will support and inform the process of reenvisioning the UDL Guidelines through an equity lens by centering and amplifying the experiences and perspectives of young people. The Board is comprised of young adults ages 18-22 who are eager to share their ideas for how to create more equitable learning environments through the dimensions of race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, socioeconomic background, language, disability, and/or citizenship and nationality.

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