Expanding the Content Areas with
Access to Complete Standards
Offering standards‑based science and social studies units in addition to its core math, ELA, and transition content areas, Unique Learning System truly provides districts with the most complete and flexible option available for special education instruction. Month-long units with science- and social studies-based themes cover the general education standards through modified content. Monthly lessons in ELA, math, and writing also support the science or social studies theme to improve skill retention.
Deliver on-demand courses for upper grade bands
Differentiated science and social studies courses at the intermediate through high school levels are accessible on demand, giving teachers the flexibility to integrate these subjects into their curriculum—plus the cloud-based power to easily assign differentiated content to students who are in a variety of settings. This content can be used to pace with general education, match district pacing guidelines, or fulfill accessible course requirements, with the ability to cover all standards-based instructional targets in the course of a year.
Explore the natural world
n2y’s science courses for intermediate, middle, and high school help students meet the rigor outlined in the Next‑Generation Science Standards. Along with standards-based content, teaching resources and supplemental tools support mastery of concepts through state extended standards.
- Earth and Space Science
- Environmental Science
- Life Science (Biology)
- Physical Science
understand global perspectives
n2y’s social studies courses for for intermediate, middle, and high school offer consistent access to the National Social Studies Standards, providing depth and perspective to the events that helped shape history. Along with standards-based content, teaching resources and supplemental tools support mastery of concepts through state extended standards.
- American Government
- Economics and Financial Literacy
- U.S. History
- World Geography
- World History
Build skills with differentiated current events
No matter where students are learning, they can form connections to the world and with other people through current events articles delivered at just the right level in News‑2‑You. They develop critical‑thinking skills through differentiated activities in each edition; expand their knowledge of cultures, customs, and places in the world; and discover career options—all while collaborating to create their own newspapers that spark meaningful discussions with family members.
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