The California County Superintendents Educational Services Association Arts Initiative

believes that the visual and performing arts are an integral part of a comprehensive curriculum and are essential for learning in the 21st century. All California students—from every culture, geographic region and socio-economic level—deserve quality arts learning in dance, music, theatre, and visual/media arts as part of the core curriculum.

HIGHLIGHT | Music Instruction and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Grades TK - 6

Universal Design for Learning

Welcome to Module 20: This module is about expanding access to music education and integration for students in Grades TK- 6 with diverse abilities through Universal Design for Learning.


California school districts have been undergoing change, incorporating Multi-Tiered System of Supports into their schools and district. This has decreased the population of students with IEPs in Special Day Classes, increasing the inclusion of students in classrooms throughout the district. Based on data attained from educator and administrator surveys, teachers, both general classroom and certificated specialist teachers, would like to learn how to provide quality arts instruction to all students in their classroom. They need the instructional strategies needed to allow the various types of learners access to arts learning.

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Music Instruction and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) - Module 20 Training



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Apr-01-20 - Mar-31-20


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November 2019 CCSESA Arts Newsletter

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October/November 2019-20 VAPA/CISC Subcommittee Report


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October 2019 Arts Newsletter

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September 2019 Newsletter

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