CAST investigates solutions to the most critical questions across preK–12, Higher Ed, and workforce, including questions related to equity, access, and outcomes. Building on an award-winning history, we co-design transformative solutions, improvement strategies, implementation systems and practices, and tools for learning.
Corgi graphic organizers are great on their own, but we're making them even better with a suite of professional learning resources to support their use in the classroom.
We're working with California educators to design and deliver more inclusive literacy instruction.
Family engagement in the IEP process is essential. Learn more about our professional learning work in Massachusetts to ensure a more equitable IEP process.
We're developing and researching a sustainable model for multigenerational making and learning that can support a STEM career trajectory.
Bringing our e-portfolio work into CTE programs so students can show what they know in new ways.
Learn how CAST is helping build stronger career pathways for New Hampshire students in outdoor recreation.
Educators in New Hampshire's remote North Country are working with CAST on a Virtual UDL Video Club to share and explore ways of enhancing their practice.
Accessible materials are an essential component in UDL implementation. Learn how the AEM Center can help ramp up your accessible materials systems and practices.
We're building a portable e-portfolio to help document young people's prior learning in competencies relevant to future apprenticeships.
We're framing the future of learning and technology by bringing together educational technology, information technology, and assistive technology.
Supporting community and technical colleges in developing and maintaining accessible materials and practices.
Together we will transform the digital learning landscape so that everyone has a chance to engage in and succeed in digital learning.
We took what’s already great about graphic organizers and made them more flexible and accessible.
We're supporting New Hampshire educators in building and sustaining a state-wide model for UDL implementation.
Supporting the development of systems that not only include more students with cognitive disabilities, but meet each learner's needs in meaningful ways.
We're building a more inclusive talent pool for futuristic fields as robotics, biofabrication, and hybrid electronics.
Our STEMfolio tool leverages mobile technologies and competency-based progress monitoring to help youth develop STEM interests and skills.
As an extension of our Writer's Key tool, we're building a professional learning ecosystem to support more effective writing instruction.
Ensuring science assessments are truly inclusive of all learners, including those with significant cognitive disabilities.
How do we design informal science learning challenges that are exhilarating, challenging, intensive, and fruitful?
We're leading a UDL field-building initiative around credentials and certifications for educators and product developers.
Our UDL science notebook will be used in classrooms across the United States, supporting 4th grade students' science learning.
Helping teachers use science notebooks to support student science knowledge, motivation for science, and sense-making.
Our past work influences our current work in meaningful ways. Resources developed during the course of a project provide insight into the way we work, and are often publicly available to the field of education and learning.
Learn more about our interactive professional learning on UDL and assessments through interactive video modules.
Universally designed science content for incarcerated youth to broaden career horizons.
What would it look like if next generation learning technologies were designed by students, not just for them?
Our digital literacy environment was developed with UDL supports and scaffolds for struggling readers.
Does online learning work for students with disabilities?
What is stereotype threat and how can educators mitigate its effects?
Download the Stigma Consciousness Questionnaire-Learning Disabilities (SCQ-LD) developed as part of this work.
Whether your postsecondary learning is in-person or online, UDL on Campus has resources and tips for course and assignment development and delivery.
Composing informational and argumentative text can be a challenge. Writer's Key is up to the task.