Friday, October 25, 2019
With four partners, CAST will continue work begun in 1999 to improve curriculum access for individuals with disabilities.
The goal of the I-SMART project is to develop rigorous, universally designed science assessments for students with significant cognitive disabilities and any students who are not meeting grade-level standards.
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Jose Blackorby, CAST’s Senior Director of Research and Development, will be recognized today with the Gordon R. Alley Partnership Award by the Kansas University Center for Research on Learning at its annual Learning Conference.
Project Raise is an NSF funded project partnering with University of Massachusetts-Amherst, the Collaborative for Educational Services (CES), and the Department of Youth Services (DYS) to create an innovative new model for teaching science to incarcerated youth.
Director of Federal Relations & Advancement Officer
As CAST’s Director of Federal Relations & Advancement Officer, Sherri draws on more than a dozen years of non-profit management and fund-raising experience to support CAST's mission of fostering effective and engaging learning experiences for all.
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Thanks to generous donations from supporters like you, CAST is pleased to announce the Anne Meyer & David Rose Founders’ Fund for Innovation projects for 2019!
Friday, May 1, 2015
Describes a discount offer on books in celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Christina Bosch, a CAST instructional designer and a PhD candidate at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, has won a competitive and prestigious fellowship for early-career education professionals.
CAST, along with partners from SRI International and the Inclusive Design Research Centre, are creating tools to ensure that K-12 students with disabilities get engaging, high-quality accessible digital learning materials, especially open education resources (OERs). The products and resources developed by CISL will enable teachers to customize instruction for the diverse needs of students with disabilities.