For its special education population, Davidson County Schools aimed to help students and teachers develop a curriculum that optimizes student learning, streamlines data collection, and supports stronger goal writing for students’ IEPs.
The district lacked a common curriculum that collected data and helped teachers write compliant IEPs more efficiently. They needed an all-inclusive curriculum that was a good fit for their population of students and met their district expectations. They chose Unique Learning System.
Davidson County Schools OCS/Adapted Program Specialist Kristi Dennis noted, “The curriculum aligns with the standards, so there is no wondering [whether] what is being taught is part of the extended content standards.”
Download the full case study to discover more about what Unique Learning System provided to Davidson County Schools, how it affected student performance on the NCEXTEND1 assessments, and the district’s current approach to special education.