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This evaluation of the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) projects examined the fidelity and extent of implementation of UDL and its impact on students and teaching practices. The study included the first three elementary and the first three middle schools in the projects and collected data through classroom observations, student surveys, and staff surveys. There was evidence for positive impacts on teachers' implementation of UDL instructional practices, on the student processes of engagement and independence in learning, and on teacher practices of lesson planning for accessibility and collaboration.
Program staff should focus training, guidance, and other supports on the following suggestions to improve future implementation of the UDL projects
UDL report_Final.pdf (970KB PDF)