Creating Coherence and Addressing Data Barriers to Improve Outcomes for ALL Students

Creating Coherence and Addressing Data Barriers

Creating Coherence and Addressing Data Barriers to Improve Outcomes for ALL Students provides an overview of the concerted effort of the California legislature to create a coherent system of education and improve outcomes for students with disabilities through the System Improvement Leads (SIL) grant.

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This session provides an overview of the concerted effort of the California legislature to create a coherent system of education and improve outcomes for students with disabilities through the System Improvement Leads (SIL) grant. A system approach to addressing data barriers and designing tools for educators using a lens grounded in Universal Design for Learning (UDL) will support planning and goal setting to optimize access for students. Attendees will acquire useful resources and learn about the process that California used to engage stakeholders in a process of improvement to support students with disabilities useful for their own system improvement efforts. 

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Jacque Williams
Jessica Maiorca-Nunez
Noreen Lippincott
Lorraine Garcia
Jennifer Yales

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December 15, 2020

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The New Hampshire Story of Transformation: UDL Academy

Supporting leaders and teachers by building the skills, knowledge and dispositions to move toward a student-centered, competency-based system is central to the work of the New Hampshire Department of Education (NHDOE) (New Hampshire Vision 2.0, 2015).

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Supporting leaders and teachers by building the skills, knowledge and dispositions to move toward a student-centered, competency-based system is central to the work of the New Hampshire Department of Education (NHDOE) (New Hampshire Vision 2.0, 2015). To be effective in achieving this goal, it is critical that educators engage in a systematic professional learning approach to maximize opportunities for all students. In addition to the current state initiatives that support districts, NHDOE provides districts the opportunity to participate in the New Hampshire UDL Implementation Academy. This resource highlights the core components of UDL Implementation from multiple perspectives, i.e. through the lenses of the NHDOE, CAST as the provider of professional learning, and the Fall Mountain school district as one of the teams engaged in the UDL Academy.

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Mary Lane, Grace Meo, Jane Waterhouse

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January 31, 2019

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