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A policy reader in universal design for learning / edited by David T. Gordon, Jenna W. Gravel, and Laura A. Schifter.


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Publication date:
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard Education Press, c2009.
  • Book
  • xiii, 240 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Designing learning for all learners / Martha L. Minow
  • Introduction / David T. Gordon, Jenna W. Gravel, Laura A. Schifter
  • Overview
  • Getting from here to there / David H. Rose, Jenna W. Gravel
  • School reform : are we just getting started? / David T. Gordon
  • Policy foundations of universal design for learning / Thomas Hehir
  • National considerations
  • There is a way to "leave no child behind" / David H. Rose
  • Opening the curriculum to all / Joanne Karger
  • Saving resources ... and saving children / David H. Rose
  • Universal design for learning : policy challenges and recommendations / Kim Moherek Sopko
  • Universal design for learning : implementation in six local education agencies / Kim Moherek Sopko
  • Universal design concept pushed for education / Christina A. Samuels
  • Related supports
  • Assertive technology, NIMAS, and UDL / David H. Rose, Ted S. Hasselbring, Skip Stahl, Joy Zabala
  • Response to intervention and universal design for learning / Nicole Strangman, Chuck Hitchcock, Tracey E. Hall, Grace Meo, Peggy Coyne
  • Assessment
  • Developing accessible tests with universal design and digital technologies / Robert P. Dolan, Tracey E. Hall
  • Accurate for all / David H. Rose, Tracey E. Hall, Elizabeth Murray
  • Perspectives on UDL and assessment : an interview with Robert J. Mislevy / David T. Gordon, Jenna W. Gravel, Laura A. Schifter
  • Appendix: Universal design for learning and universal design provisions in the Higher Education Opportunity Act (P.L. 110-315)
Gordon, David T.
Gravel, Jenna W.
Schifter, Laura A.

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