A simple solution to help you reach every student
Help your students with disabilities access high-quality, standards-aligned instructional content at just the right level with differentiated daily lessons in ELA, math, science, social studies and transition skills.
A consistent, accessible approach
Deliver content for core lessons, skills practice, current events and self-regulation from one easy-to-navigate platform—all supported by dynamic, recognizable age‑respectful symbols.
Reliable, research based and time saving
Ensure students are achieving and on a path to independence with powerful assessment, data analysis and reporting tools—providing insights for individualized instruction.
New Insights & Offerings
Setting Up Your Classroom for Success
July 23 at 4 pm EST
Learn to optimize your classroom space to support executive function, accessibility and predictable routines.
Optimizing Professional Learning Webinar
Learn how to get the most out of your professional learning opportunities.
Summer Success for Unique Learners
Unique Learning System’s Summer Unit can keep students on track this summer.
Dallas Independent School District
Find out why teachers “just can’t teach” without Unique Learning System.
Our complete special education solution prepares students for the ultimate test: succeeding in life. Empower learning and enrich lives with our standards-based academic content, weekly differentiated newspaper, symbol communication tools, skill-based learning activities, self-regulation solution and professional development.
I truly believe it is our job as a school to provide the appropriate education for all students. Unique Learning System does allow teachers to provide lessons matched to their ability levels.
I use Unique Learning System every day in my classroom! It’s a huge motivator for my students to have fun while learning.
I like it because it’s made him try things he would never try at home. And it’s really made him more self-confident and more of an individual.
That moment is what sold me. Because at that point, I knew that the curriculum worked; that they were actually learning and retaining this information.
To sit down at the table and to pull out a Unique story or News-2-You and to hear him read it, and actually break down a problem is awesome! Sometimes I have to push back the chair from the table and say, ‘Wow, we definitely came a long way. We definitely came a long way.’