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Universally Designed Access,A circular graphic with 3 concentric parts. The outer most ring has the phrases, Universal Design for Learning and Multi-Tiered System of Supports. The middle colored ring is divided into four parts labeled Collaboration, Instruction, Assessment, Curriculum. Inside the colored ring is a ring with the phrases Shared Responsibility, Shared Accountability and High Expectations. At the center of all 3 rings is a math equation stating Equity + Access = Outcomes.
Engagement & Participation 


The PATINS Project is a state-wide technical assistance network that connects Indiana's local education agencies (LEAs) to Accessible Educational Materials, Assistive Technology, Professional Development & Technical Support through the Indiana Departments of Education and Administration. Our mission is to help to support Indiana public schools in creating and sustaining an equitable learning environment for every student through universally designed access, engagement, and participation.


Carrie Owens

Carrie Owens

SW Lending Library Manager
Castle South Middle School
3711 Casey Road
Newburgh, IN 47630
812-490-7928
Email Carrie
cowens@patinsproject.org



Sheri Schoenbeck.

Sheri Schoenbeck

NW Lending Library Manager
PO Box 2712
West Lafayette, IN 47996
Email Sheri

sschoenbeck@patinsproject.org




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Summer is almost upon us once again and one great thing about summer is that it allows extra time for families to spend time together. Activities such as cooking can teach many skills while being fun and educational at the same time. Families can sta...
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