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CCSS and Instructional Accommodations


Universal Design for Learning Resources 

Instructional supports for learning based on the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) foster student engagement by presenting information in multiple ways and allowing for diverse avenues of action and expression. The principles of UDL promote equal opportunities to learn for all students. 

Instructional Accommodations 

Instructional accommodations are supports that maximize learning. These supports consist of strategies that consider each individual student’s unique strengths, needs, and learning preferences within the classroom environment. Accommodations change materials and procedures allowing students to learn within the framework of the CCSS, but do not change the standards. 

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