Can Universal Design for Learning Promote Assessment Fairness & Equity?

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Tuesday, July 27, 2:00 – 4:00 pm ET

In the first installment of our panel discussion series, the UDL-IRN Assessment & Measurement SIG will engage with a panel of measurement experts to discuss opportunities and challenges at the intersection of Universal Design for Learning and assessment. Panelists will grapple with questions such as, “What does UDL offer for improving assessment fairness and equity?” “Are there validity trade-offs in creating assessments that truly leverage UDL principles?” and “How can the measurement, instruction, and UDL research communities work together to create instruments that meet the needs of a broad range of education stakeholders, including students?” Join us for an engaging discussion with these experts! Learn more.

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