Why n2y?

Like you, we believe that every student has a right to experience the joy of learning…to gain meaningful access to the general education curriculum…and to reach their full potential. For 20 years, it’s been our mission to enrich the lives of students with complex learning needs—and those who serve them.

Read why Los Angeles USD chose n2y

  • Special education software
    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.

  • Curriculum for students with special needs
    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.

  • Education technology for special education teachers
    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

  1. Mastering Standards and Compliance

    Wed. April 24 at 5:00 PM EST
    Learn how to align with state extended standards and ensure IDEA compliance.

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  2. Dallas Independent School District

    Find out why teachers “just can’t teach” without Unique Learning System.

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  3. Join Us at the 2019 Spring Urban Collaborative

    May 1–2, 2019
    Pittsburgh, PA

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  4. Disruptive Behaviors in the Classroom

    What disruptive behaviors in the classroom look like and what can they mean.

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A total solution for your students

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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.

Middle School Principal, Adam Dudziak, talks about Unique Learning System.
Katie Braun, Intervention Specialist, recommends n2y's special education solutions.
Parent, Andrea Cowie, speaks about her son's success with n2y's programs.
Emily Young, n2y Certified Educator, talks about using Unique Learning System in her classroom.
Tudy Mouton discusses her son's experience with Unique Learning System and News-2-You.