SLP knowledge of Universal Design for Learning

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)—have you heard of it? Could you explain it to colleagues, or advocate for ways to incorporate it into your school setting? Campbell et al. provide survey data indicating that not enough SLPs know how to implement UDL, along with some ideas for how to change that.
*UDL is an inclusive education model based on the idea that all children should have equal opportunities to learn, with accommodations for different learning abilities built into a flexible classroom and curriculum from the get-go. There is a TON on UDL out there, and basically, if you work in the schools, you need to know what it is.

See: Campbell, W.N., Selkirk, E., & Gaines, R. (2016). Speech-language pathologists' role in inclusive education: a survey of clinicians' perceptions of Universal Design for Learning. Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, 40(2), 121-132.