The State of New Hampshire began a journey in 2014 to implement its “Vision 2.0” by creating the New Hampshire UDL Academy, based on the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Framework Model to promote equitable access, engagement and greater outcomes for all learners. Funded by the New Hampshire Department of Education Bureau of Special Education, and in collaboration with CAST, the UDL Academy has supported New Hampshire school districts in exploring and implementing UDL principles. This resource recounts New Hampshire’s UDL journey from 2014 to 2017 by identifying core beliefs and unifying initiatives using the UDL Framework. Follow this journey as New Hampshire UDL Academy educators, administrators and stakeholders share their struggles and successes in moving from exploration to implementation as well as sharing ensuing plans for continuing an essential cultural shift.
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