Stories From Our Work
The best parts of our work generate questions, conversations, and stories to share with each other. They also give insight into how we innovate, the challenges we face, and how we address those challenges.
Are you seeking examples of Universal Design for Learning in action? Learn from our partners—in their own words—about the impact UDL brings to their work.
Schools, districts, and educators collect data constantly. How can we use that data to effectively transform instruction through UDL?
How do "random acts of teaching" become intentional, goal-directed, and responsive to student needs?
Find out how collaboration can be the key ingredient for effective and successful UDL implementation.
Learn About CAST Authors
Get behind-the-scenes vignettes from our CAST Publishing authors along with tips and additional context about their books to help you put the ideas into practice.
Andratesha Fritzgerald shows how to prepare learning environments so all students — especially Black and Brown students — can succeed.
Co-authors Kasia M. Derbiszewska and T. Nicole Tucker-Smith offer tips for remote professional development.
More About CAST
Sometimes the best way to learn more about what we do, why we do it, and how we do it, is by telling a story.
We're building a better learning environment to help struggling readers build skills independently.
Find out how we're helping to attract a larger and more diverse group of talent to advanced technology programs.
How might we remove barriers to makerspace experiences and support positive outcomes for learners?
Our challenge was to take traditional algebra instruction concepts and make them more engaging and effective.
What does UDL implementation look like in a postsecondary setting? What do postsecondary institutions and educators need to implement UDL?
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.
Caregivers of the 1 in 5 children who struggle with learning and attention issues need practical tools, expert advice, and community to share stories and learn from others.
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.
We composed the content with a digital-first mindset and offer the printed book as a supplement to the digital version.
The National UDL Task Force successfully advocated for the inclusion of UDL in the federal Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 and other policy directives.