Applications of Universal Design in Primary and Secondary Education
Applying universal design within the precollege setting ensures that all students and teachers, including those with disabilities, can fully participate in educational offerings.
Consult the Introduction to Universal Design in Education for the basics and the following subsections for specifics:
- physical spaces
- projects, conference exhibits, presentations, and professional organizations
Below are more resources to ensure K-12 education is accessible and inclusive:
- Creating Inclusive Learning Opportunities in Higher Education: A Universal Design Toolkit
Order this must-have book that has how-to instructions for applying UD to everything we do in higher education, and complements the 2015 book Universal Design in Higher Education: From Principles to Practice.
- A Framework for Inclusive Practices in Education Publication
Read about the guiding principles that underpin universal design in education for applying universal design in your school or district.
- CAST Website
Explore the website of the leader in developing guidelines, practices, and strategies for implementation of UDL for K-12 settings.
- Universal Design in the News
Read news articles and posts on universal design.