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  • 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 students in a computer lab

    Our research projects are typically funded by grants from federal organizations and private foundations. When developing proposals for these grants, we are always looking for schools, districts, and organizations to partner with us.

  • CAST logo and tagline (Until learning has no limits™) behind soothing waves of color

    Don’t just spend your ARP funds — invest in the professional growth of your staff to address learning loss! Contact CAST today to see how we can help you invest in your staff to address learning loss through Universal Design for Learning.

  • Screenshot of the CAST Folktales tool where the user selects a story to read

    The CAST Folktales line of work supported literacy development for students, with a special focus on encouraging English Language Learners to leverage their home language to build reading comprehension skills in English.

  • CAST offers graduate credit for some of our courses through our partnerships with accredited colleges and universities. Learn answers to common questions about graduate credit for CAST offerings.

  • Headshot of Katie Novak

    I always looked to David Rose as a mentor and joked that I needed a necklace with a charm on it with a rose! One of the earliest analogies I used to explain UDL was using a collection of heels from my collection. I said that the goal was to get from Point A to Point B, but everyone had to choose a pair of heels to accomplish the task. The purpose was to demonstrate the importance of flexible methods and that simply having a choice doesn't eliminate barriers. Years later, David Rose reached out and said, "I got you a present!" He shared a calendar of the most beautiful heels in the world as an homage to one of my first analogies about UDL and as a lover of heels! It really spoke to the power of connection and the human element of teaching and learning that has always been and will always be the heartbeat of pedagogy.

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    SXSW EDU 2019, city of Austin, TX

    Monday, March 4 – Thursday, March 7, 2019

    Heading to SXSW EDU? Check out the fantastic sessions with CAST staff! March 4-7, 2019 Austin, TX

  • Photo of Anne Marie Knokey

    Research Associate

    Anne-Marie is an experienced researcher with over 10 years working in education and social science research, specifically in the disability policy and human services field.

  • Headshot of Michelle Soriano

    Technical Assistance Specialist

    As a technical assistance specialist for the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials (AEM Center) and the Center on Inclusive Technology & Education Systems (CITES), Michelle Soriano promotes inclusive, equitable, and accessible instructional opportunities for students who receive special education services through the  use of accessible educational materials and technologies.

  • Photo of Alex Gibson

    Learning Experience Designer

    As a Learning Experience Designer, Alex envisions, designs, and implements accessible learning experiences that meet user user-centered goals. He works alongside learning scientists, subject-matter experts, front-end developers, and engineers to push the boundaries of Universal Design for Learning into innovative, usable, and engaging online and mobile learning environments and tools.

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