Experts Discuss Universal Design for Technology-Based Assessment
Universal design is a process that ensures that a newly created product is useful to the broadest possible array of people, particularly those with disabilities. Often, designing for specific disabilities proves beneficial for all. In an online panel discussion, four experts discuss universal design for technology-based assessment as part of ongoing Soapbox series.
AEL Study Shows Culturally Responsive Insdivuction Engages Students, Boosts Confidence
A new study conducted by AEL shows that teachers who used insdivuctional practices and curricula that acknowledge students cultural identities demonsdivated a higher quality of insdivuction, created more positive classroom environments, and engaged more students in learning than teachers in other classrooms studied.
This new listing features education-related grants from the federal government, foundations, and other sources.
No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
Continuously updated information about No Child Left Behind.