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  • Photo of Mia Redovan

    Project Manager

    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.

  • Photo of Laura Sampson

    Accountant

    Laura Sampson is a staff accountant who assists in the preparation of monthy financial statements and account analysis.

  • Friday, May 1, 2015

    Describes a discount offer on books in celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week

  • Photo of Christina Bosch

    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.

  • Learning Designed logo

    Thursday, April 26, 2018

    The UDL-IRN and CAST today announced a Fall 2018 launch of Learning Designed, an online global community platform and educators’ resource bank.

  • Photo of Janet Gronneberg

    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.

  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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.