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  • Directory of all CAST staff.

  • This is a list of the CAST board members.

  • Book cover: Universal Design for Learning: Theory and Practice

    When CAST first began publishing for teachers about UDL, we still saw printed books as the primary medium, supplemented by digital enhancements and supports. Now the printed text supplements what's online. Universal Design for Learning: Theory and Practice is an online multimedia "book" that includes contributions from dozens of educators in the field.

  • Caroline Horvitz receiving the 29 Who Shine Award from Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick with her sign language interpreter standing by

    Meet Caroline Horvitz and her father, former CAST board member, Jeffery Horvitz, and find out how CAST helped bust barriers to learning for this amazing young woman.

  • Photo of Wendy Scott Keeney, Joanne Patton, and Sherri Wilcauskas

    According to former board president, Joanne Patton, CAST had the dreams and the professionalism to help her son George grow his confidence as a learner and communicator. Learn more about George and Joanne as she recounts how CAST made an impact on her, her son, and her family.

  • Aerial photograph of the U.S. capitol building

    In 2006, CAST joined with several organizations to form the National UDL Task Force, an interdisciplinary coalition that advocates support for UDL in federal, state, and local policy. The Task Force has successfully advocated for the inclusion of UDL in the federal Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 and in various policy directives from the US Department of Education.

  • CAST's websites may contain links to sites that are not maintained by CAST. CAST is not responsible for the content of those sites and makes no representations whatsoever regarding those sites. Other linked sites may change without CAST

  • Photo of a boy seen through a large bubble

    Today parents have an innovative digital resource where they can come to understand their children's learning and attention issues.

  • Image showing three iSolveIt math apps

    iSolveIt apps are free games that support abstract reasoning and problem-solving skills, and are designed to be challenging yet not frustrating.

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