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We are the Edges: Urban School Setting and UDL

Drawing on perspectives from numerous stakeholders, this session encourages a much-needed dialogue with viewers to consider ways to make the UDL framework most applicable and equitable for historically marginalized schools.

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James Russel Lowell (JRL), an urban school in the Indianapolis Public School system (IPS), is a learning environment where many students face challenges in their classrooms, homes, and communities. The school’s journey toward implementing UDL has tasked district and school leaders to ask: What Does UDL look like in a school where the vast majority of students exist “at the edges” of school success? Drawing on perspectives from numerous stakeholders, this session encourages a much-needed dialogue with viewers to consider ways to make the UDL framework most applicable and equitable for historically marginalized schools.

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Authors/Creators: 
Taji Gibson
Adam Henze
Brooke Harris Garad
Angela Ludlum
Pat Lumbley

Organization/Publishers: 
UDL-IRN

Grade/Age Level:

Elementary (Age 5-10)
Middle (Age 11-14)
High ( Age14-18 )

Resource File Type:

Video

Accessibility:

WCAG v2.0 A

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Posted date:

December 15, 2020
Resource Fee: 
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