Applying Universal Design for Learning and Accessibility Best Practices in Community Colleges

Posted by on .

Screenshot of the Access ATE Video

Screenshot of the Access ATE Video

The rapid growth of the STEM workforce has left out individuals with disabilities, according to reports by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Pew Research Center, and Education Week. Community colleges play a critical role in the effort to broaden access in STEM education and careers to be inclusive of students and job seekers with disabilities. 

CAST, the education nonprofit organization that pioneered the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework, collaborated with the National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education (NSF ATE) community to develop a series of case studies documenting strategies for implementation of UDL and accessibility best practices in community and technical colleges.

Read the full case study on AccessATE and watch the video on YouTube

From:
    News

Last Edited: May 4th at 2:01pm by Meredith Whye

See More News