Read about the strategies that CAST uses to find solutions to tough learning challenges.
According to former board president, Joanne Patton, CAST had the dreams and the professionalism to help her son George grow his confidence as a learner and communicator.
How might we remove barriers to makerspace experiences and support positive outcomes for learners?
Through the work of CAST and 14 other founding partners, parents have an innovative digital resource where they can come to understand their children's learning and attention issues.
When CAST first began publishing for teachers about UDL, we still saw printed books as the primary medium, supplemented by digital enhancements and supports. Now the printed text supplements what's online.
iSolveIt apps are free games that support abstract reasoning and problem-solving skills, and are designed to be challenging yet not frustrating.
In 2006, CAST joined with several organizations to form the National UDL Task Force, an interdisciplinary coalition that advocates support for UDL in federal, state, and local policy.