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New Opportunity: Become a UDL Faculty Member

February 22, 2010
Contact: Grace Meo
gmeo [at] cast [dot] org
Tel: 781-245-2212



Wakefield, MA, Feb. 22, 2010 — CAST is pleased to announce the newly formed UDL Faculty Program. This program will create a cadre of national UDL professionals who will be contacted periodically to conduct workshops and institutes for school districts and state-level teams of educators. Consideration for the UDL Faculty program will be based on applicants’ professional experiences and completion of the required application. The UDL Faculty program will include a week-long training session (July 12 -16, 2010), on-going support, a yearly refresher meeting to remain current with advances in UDL, and a long-term relationship with CAST. Additional details to follow.

Please note that this is not a full time or part-time position, but rather a membership in the UDL Faculty Program. Information about application process, benefits to members, fees for services, administrative support, etc will soon be posted on the CAST website.

If interested, please contact Grace Meo: gmeo [at] cast [dot] org (subject: Become%20a%20UDL%20Faculty%20Member)

About the National Center on UDL
The National Center on Universal Design for Learning ( was launched in October 2009 with support from the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation. The Center aims to advance the field of UDL by supporting effective implementation of UDL in schools nationwide through information dissemination, sharing of best practices, convening key stakeholder organizations in education policy and advocacy, and sharing research that validates UDL approaches.

About CAST
Founded in 1984 as the Center for Applied Special Technology, CAST has earned international recognition for its development of innovative learning resources and for articulating the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), a framework for creating inclusive educational environments. For more information, go to

Last Updated: 03/11/2011

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