A quiet revolution is sweeping the nation's public education schools, building momentum as a framework for addressing the learning needs of all students. It is a paradigm shift, a revolution in our understanding how learning occurs, resulting in major changes in today's classrooms.
This quiet revolution is called Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Originating from the Universal Design in architecture (to provide physical access to as many people as possible), this movement quickly extended to education by providing intellectual access to as many learners as possible.
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