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  • Policy Brief

    J. Karger, 2004

    Through the interrelationship between the statutes, this paper addresses the legal provisions in IDEA ’97 and NCLB associated with access to the general curriculum for students with disabilities and how these provisions translate into …

  • Article

    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 …

  • Article

    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 …

  • Article

    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 …

  • Institute
    A group of adults huddled together having a discussion in a classroom

    Monday, April 10 – Tuesday, April 11, 2023

    Designed for educators who have a handle on the UDL core concepts and are ready for the next step in their learning. Prerequisite: Introduction to UDL.

  • A person in gear working in a tree outside

    This study will investigate the contributions of youth's (grades 7-12) participation in (or aversion to) outdoor recreation on their developing STEM identities and considerations of careers in STEM.

  • Photo of a woman with Down syndrome smiling and speaking to colleagues at a grocery store

    CAST is partnering with CTE educators across the state of Massachusetts to build their knowledge and skills in the Universal Design for Learning framework to design instruction for all CTE students, including students with disabilities.

  • Photo of a group of children bike riding in the woods with adults

    Through this project, a competency-based Outdoor Recreation pathway will be developed within the existing Career & Technical Education (CTE) programming in the region. Additionally, extended learning opportunity content will be developed with the Outdoor Recreation competencies to create work-based learning opportunities for students that don’t have access to CTE programs.

  • Photo of an educator recording themselves with a video camera

    The Virtual UDL Video Club is a unique professional learning opportunity for educators to collaborate to design engaging, accessible, and challenging learning environments for all students, particularly students who have been traditionally marginalized.

  • Photo of two people working on a piece of machinery

    This UDL-based e-portfolio will help CTE teachers in Brockton and Somerville, MA create relevant learning opportunities that close the gap between skill development and skill demonstration. The innovative features inherent in CTEfolio will allow educators to create flexible assignments and students to show what they know in multiple ways.

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