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  • Teacher, student and beakers

    2015–2020

    A suite of implementation tools and professional learning resources for scaled and effective use of CAST’s evidence-based Science Notebook in a Universal Design for Learning Environment (SNUDLE).

  • Since its founding in 1984, CAST has connected with creative and mission-minded organizations and people to work at busting barriers to learning. Among these partners are foundations, government agencies, corporations in the publishing and technology sectors ...

  • Woman working with one of the I-SMART maps

    2017–2020

    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.

  • CAST is committed to protecting your privacy when you visit www.cast.org and all other CAST sites. These sites servers automatically collect nonpersonal data such as IP addresses, domain names of sites that referred you

  • Photo of three people in discussion

    CAST works with organizations and stakeholders in a number of fields to find ways of improving learning opportunities in today's rapidly changing world. Find out more about our exciting work in this area.

  • Learning Designed logo

    2016–2020

    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.

  • A sprout breaking through the pavement

    2014–2018

    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.

  • Teacher viewing Writer's Key progress monitoring screen.

    2017–2020

    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.

  • Photo of Jose Blackorby

    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.