A research project to develop and evaluate the impact of a writing professional learning ecosystem to support the needs of 7th and 8th grade teachers to provide more effective writing instruction to students with high-incidence disabilities in preparation for college and career.
CAST and the UDL Implementation Research Network are leading a field-building initiative to stimulate, support, and sustain best practices in UDL education program design, product development, and classroom instruction to meet the growing global demand for UDL as a design framework that recognizes variability among all learners.
Mia Redovan joined CAST in 2018 as Project Manager. Prior to joining CAST, Mia was an Applications Manager for a medical association where she managed the maintenance and implementation of various platforms including the Learning Management System, Association Management Software (iMIS) and Community Management System.
Laura Sampson is a staff accountant who assists in the preparation of monthy financial statements and account analysis.
Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations
As the Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations at CAST, Janet is focused on “making the case” for CAST and UDL with corporate partners and foundations—building significant alliances and partnerships with organizations to solve education’s thorniest challenges.
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
CAST is excited to be part of a new graduate school of education that aims to innovate how STEM educators are trained.
Friday, March 30, 2018
Exciting partnership between CAST and Stanford University in establishing the UDL Innovation Studio at the Schwab Learning Center.
Thursday, July 30, 2015
CAST has received a $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs to scale the use of digital science notebooks in grades 4 through 6.
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
T.H.E. Journal, a leading national magazine about education technology, features CAST’s work in its December issues. The article “6 Ways to Engage Every Learner Using UDL” explains to teachers “how to make your lessons more accessible and your lesson planning more fun.”