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    CAST, 2013

    CAST responds to the U.S. Department of Education Guidance on Title I Peer Review Process

  • CAST’s staff contribute to books, journal articles, policy statements, magazine and newsletter pieces, and are also contributors to radio programs, podcasts, blogs, and videos.

  • In 2014, CAST launched its own publishing house to bring exceptional media products to the educators. Since then we have issued more than two dozen new titles to inform and inspire practice across subjects and levels.

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    CAST is partnering with the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute in a broad public-private initiative to “secure U.S. global leadership in advanced manufacturing.”

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    Curriculum and Design Specialist

    Allison Posey participates in professional development, instructional design, and online course instruction at CAST. She also provides background in the application of neuroscience research to instructional practices.

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    Operations Associate for Professional Learning

    As the Operations Associate for Professional Learning at CAST, Patrice Morrison manages operational processes and projects while providing operational support to the Professional Learning team.

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    Information Technology Specialist

    Bill Walch joined CAST in 2019 as an IT Specialist, ready to assist in all things technical for the organization.

  • As part of its barrier-busting mission, CAST offers a number of robust (and often free) learning tools.

  • CAST offers graduate credit for some of our online courses and institutes through our partnerships with accredited colleges and universities. Learn answers to common questions about graduate credit for CAST offerings.

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    Bridget Dalton, et al., 2013

    The authors describe the empirical and theoretical roots of the Reading to Learn program of research conducted by CAST and the University of Michigan, which was designed to investigate the metacognition and learning of upper elementary ...

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