The AEM Center is a resource for education stakeholders that provides support for the procurement and use of accessible educational materials. In addition, the AEM Center provides support for the use of AEM in early learning, higher education, and workplace settings and has extended its reach to include educational materials that are first developed and distributed in digital formats.
Reed & Coyne, 2013
Stacey Reed, a 7th grade science teacher, and Peggy Coyne, a CAST research scientist, describe CAST Science Writer, a free interactive web-based instructional tool to support students’ writing scientific reports. Based on the framework ...
Chief Development Officer
Wendy oversees all efforts large and small across the organization to build a pipeline of diverse funding opportunities for CAST and a robust portfolio.
Information Technology Specialist
Bill Walch joined CAST in 2019 as an IT Specialist, ready to assist in all things technical for the organization.
Monday, May 14, 2018
During the week of May 14-21, 2018, CAST's CEE-STEM project will be featured in the NSF STEM for All Video Showcase. This week-long, virtual showcase creates an opportunity for NSF-funded research projects in various stages to discuss their work with fellow researchers as well as the public.
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.
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
CAST Professional Publishing announced today the publication of Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology: A Comprehensive Guide to AT Services.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
CAST Co-Founder David Rose received the J.E. Wallace Wallin Special Education Lifetime Achievement Award from the Council for Exceptional Children.
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.
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.