National Center on Accessible Educational Materials for Learning

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The National Center on Accessible Educational Materials for Learning (AEM Center) at CAST is a knowledge-development, information dissemination, and technical assistance project whose activities and actions are designed to:

  1. Expand and disseminate knowledge about Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) and technologies among key stakeholder groups.
  2. Increase AEM Center stakeholders’ skills; and motivation.
  3. Improve and enhance the organizational, material and structural capacities of AEM stakeholders so that they effectively use AEM resources.

The overall goal established by CAST and OSEP pertains to improvements in the availability and use of accessible educational materials and technologies for learning.

Director(s)
Cynthia Curry
TA Providers email
aem@cast.org
Regions Served
National
States Served
Alaska
Florida
Indiana
Iowa
Maryland
Ohio
Texas
Level of Support
Intensive
Specialty Area
Equity
Family Engagement
Multi-tiered Systems of Support
Response to Intervention
Transitions (from grade to grade)
Other Specialty Areas: Access to AEM and assistive technology; Policy
Primary Audience
Administrators
Families
School Counselors
School Districts
Schools
State Education Agencies
Teachers
Other Primary Audiences: Higher Education; Workforce Development; Publishers; EdTech Developers
Services
Assessment Tools
Coaching
Consulting
Content Expertise
Convening Stakeholders
Technical Assistance and Training