Rich resources for family and caregiver support
For students with disabilities, consistent support in school and at home is a key to successful outcomes. Unique Learning System offers a crucial school-to-home connection to keep students on a path to success around the clock.
Encourage caregiver involvement and student independence
A range of school-to-home resources within Unique Learning System help special educators develop the important relationship with family and caregivers, including:
- A templated, customizable letter to parents
- Newsletter writing lessons (in upper grade bands) that enable students to share what they are learning with their families
- Reading materials, library books and suggested supplemental reading lists
- Printable word lists for at-home vocabulary practice
- Access to the n2y Knowledge Base for guidance on providing instructional support
Share daily progress reports
Use the powerful reporting from Student Daily Performance tracking to keep families up to date on their child’s growth and areas of need.
Provide at-home online access for full family engagement
Families with access to Unique Learning System (via QR code or user name/password) can follow along with the lessons each month to reinforce their student’s learning. In addition, at-home users can access library books assigned to them in Student View to encourage further growth and independent reading.
Keep learning happening at home throughout the summer
Each year, n2y provides a summer unit with timely themes, activities, crafts and recipes to keep students engaged and learning in a fun, relevant way. Families with online access can take advantage of these lessons—as well as associated life and transition skills—to help avoid summer learning loss.
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