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The guest editors of Multiple Voices Fall/Winter Volume 23, Issue 2, went beyond exploring Universal Design for Learning (UDL) within the articles; they actively prioritized its seamless integration into the presentation. Through close collaboration with Multiple Voices editors, they curated a unique supplemental experience. On the accompanying multimedia webpage, these editors thoughtfully present student perspectives in diverse formats, ensuring a more engaging and inclusive encounter.  For a deeper exploration of this enriching material, click on this image or this link.

Image description: The words Multiple Voices in black large bold letters. The phrase Disability, Race and Language Intersections in Special Education printed under the title. Next to the title is the journal's logo comprising of three groups of gray color concentric circles arranged in a triangle. Each group has a colored dot in the center, each dot a different color. The dots are connected by color lines forming a triangle. Text under the title states Volume 23 Issue 2 Supplemental Content. Beside the journal' name and logo states the title of the guest issue, In Service of Equity? Exploring Universal Design for Learning Transformative Potential. A special issue of Multiple Voices: Disability, Race, and Language Intersections in Special Education. Guest Editors, Beth Fornauf (CAST), Jenna Gravel (CAST), Bryan Mascio, (Harvard Graduate School of Education), T. Nicole, Tucker-Smith (Lessoncast)

 

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