ESSA v. NCLB -- Every Student Succeeds Act: Students with Disabilities Front and Center

American Institutes for Research; Center on Technology & Disability
ESSA provides a common language to bridge special education. Universal Design for Learning and technology can drive innovative strategies to enhance teaching and learning. This infographic compares the differences of key terms used in ESSA with terms used in NCLB.  Please note: Download the 508-compliant PDF for a fully accessible version of the infographic. 
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