What is UDL?

UNIVERSALLY DESIGNED LEARNING FOR THE CHILDREN IN THE SEVEN TOWNS OF THE CENTRAL BERKSHIRE REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
MASSACHUSETTS
BECKET, CUMMINGTON, DALTON, HINSDALE, PERU, WINDSOR, WASHINGTON 
And students of school choice
2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR

Garden

Children throughout the K-12 classrooms of the Central Berkshire Regional School District will continue to learn within an overarching framework of Universally Designed Learning (UDL) during this academic school year. We invite everyone to read the accompanying document detailing the specifics of what UDL means for each student. The goal is to encourage and enable every child at every learning level to reach her or his maximum social and academic potential. To that end the teaching staff will be dedicated to setting and upholding lofty standards and to making those standards attainable for every child via myriad educational opportunities that will reflect best practices for the twenty-first century. You are invited to visit the UDL portal on our website often to view the progress of the teaching and learning excitement around UDL in the district’s classrooms all year.

Why the perennial garden photo above? That is an extended metaphor for the children of our district.  The flowers are varied and perennial to suggest their beauty and brilliance will be a constant, and we want our children’s learning to be lifelong. The teaching staff will provide the soil rich with the positive implications of UDL, together with supportive parents. As a result, Central Berkshire’s children K-12 will thrive and prosper in a way that will reflect both the challenges and the goals of a school district dedicated to every kid, every day, every time.

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