The Inclusion in Texas Network works in collaboration with the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to build a statewide culture of high expectations for students with disabilities and significantly improve academic and functional outcomes for students served by special education.
Universal design for learning (UDL) is a framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all people based on scientific insights into how humans learn.
Universally designed daily plans that support the continuation of learning at home. The use of options each day can inspire educators to consider both low-tech and high-tech access during remote learning.
The AEM Center at CAST is offering free webinars on access and distance education for educators, parents, and those involved in remote instruction. Learn more about AEM Center resources on our Access & Distance Education page. Register today to attend or get access to the recordings for our webinars.
CEC is here to support special education professionals and your ongoing efforts to apply good teaching practices remotely due to precautions surrounding the COVID-19 virus. This page is a collection of suggested resources you can use as you determine the best means to provide services to your students and their families. They have been curated for you and will be regularly updated.
We’ve created this resource to make the health crisis easier to manage. There are tools and information to help at home, at school, and at work. We’ll be providing updates on issues that impact learning, special education, talking with kids, and the workplace.
The Accommodation Central Learning Library provides more in-depth information about accommodations and related topics. The Accommodation Central Community is a place to build connections where members can participate in live chats, share ideas, and ask questions.