UDL Guidelines – New Home!

Image shows the brains representing the three parts of UDL along with the text: The UDL Guidelines - new look, new home. Let's bust barriers together. CAST: Until learning has no limits.

CAST unveiled a new website for the UDL Guidelines. While the wording of the Guidelines hasn’t changed, the new site offers responsive and accessible ways to engage and interact with this invaluable tool to help implement the UDL framework. Visit the site at udlguidelines.cast.org!

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