Access Schools

Issue Focus: Universal Design for Learning

November 2014

Access Schools addresses the specific needs of speech-language pathologists working in schools.

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What is Universal Design for Learning (UDL)? How does UDL apply to school-based speech-language pathology practice? Does ASHA offer information on UDL?

UDL is a set of principles for curriculum development that gives all students an equal opportunity to learn. As members of a school community, speech-language pathologists should be knowledgeable of and able to apply these beliefs to assessment and evaluation and intervention.

ASHA's resource on UDL outlines the core tenants of UDL and provides answers to questions such as its application to students with disabilities and link to the Common Core State Standards.

Employment Opportunities

Speech-Language Pathologist
Weld County School District Re-8
Fort Lupton, CO

SLP Vacancies
Broward County Public Schools
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Speech-Language Pathologist
Orange County Public Schools
Orlando, FL

Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist
The Columbus Organization
Elgin, IL

School-Based SLP
Speaking Life Healthcare
Memphis, TN

Visit ASHA's Online Career Center for More Job Opportunities.

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The next issue of Access Schools is coming January 2015! Address comments and suggestions for future Access Schools topics to Aruna Hari Prasad or Neil Snyder at AccessSchools@asha.org. For information, resources, or responses to questions about school practice, e-mail Schools@asha.org.

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