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  • YouthBuild student drilling a ceiling

    CAST partners with education and training providers that are working to change this reality—agencies, schools and postsecondary institutions working with talented young people to help them build the skills and habits they need to access middle and high income careers. At the same time, CAST partners with employers and industry associations committed to building out the workforce of the future—one where skilled jobs are filled by people with a wide range of characteristics, backgrounds, and abilities, and where all employees have equal opportunities to rise.

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    Our research projects are typically funded by grants from federal organizations and private foundations. When developing proposals for these grants, we are always looking for schools and districts to partner with us.

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    Senior Director of Research & Development

    As Senior Director of Research & Development, Jose Blackorby leads CAST’s research, project development, and technical assistance efforts.

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    Implementation Specialist

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    Director of Business Development

    As CAST’s Director of Business Development, Steve Nordmark builds strategic partnerships throughout the global education field to advance the adoption and implementation of Universal Design for Learning. ...

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    Friday, July 18, 2014

    In an interview with Education Week, CAST Co-Founder David H. Rose discusses how Universal Design for Learning helps meet the challenge to personalize learning--and his vision for what schools of the future will look like.

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    Implementation Specialist

    Bill Wilmot comes to CAST with the belief that school can be redesigned for all students. As an Implementation Specialist, he works with school teams to rethink curriculum, instruction, and learning environments to provide access to all, using the UDL framework as a tool for redesign.

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    Network Engagement Manager

  • Terms of Use Agreement for the use of CAST websites and tools.

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    CAST, 2020

    An alternate way to consider the UDL Guidelines is to look at some key questions that each Guideline answers. When planning a lesson or unit, consider these questions to ensure that the environment is flexible and inclusive of all learners.