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
Using Video Modeling to Teach Social Skills
Learn more about video modeling and how to incorporate it into your teaching repertoire with this webinar.
Positivity: Empowering Self‑Regulation
Introducing the first integrated, proactive online behavior program.
Understanding and Developing High-Quality IEPs
Gain a deeper knowledge of writing IEP goals that are observable, measurable and attainable.
5 Steps to Applying for School Grants
Tips for writing a winning grant proposal for special education funding.
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.’