EdReady is an adaptive learning platform that’s been adopted by districts, systems, and states to personalize math and English instruction and to empower data-driven, student-success decisions.
EdReady puts educators in control.
Goals You define what you want your students to be ready for.
Scopes You tailor the study paths and diagnostic assessments your students use.
Resources You choose which vetted and award-winning multimedia learning resources students can access.
Data Access You set EdReady administrative users’ permissions, including who has access to which student data.
Readiness You develop the messages that students see when they reach or eclipse their EdReady target score.
EdReady helps you personalize math and English instruction at scale.
EdReady® includes a robust reporting suite that delivers timely learning insights.
Monitor population-level trends for your desired KPIs, and employ targeted intervention to boost student persistence, success, and completion.
Quickly diagnose your students’ math and English proficiency. Data can inform how and when you choose to intervene, whether for an individual, a group, or the entire class.
EdReady® lets students see, at a glance, the concepts that they’ve mastered and the concepts that they still need to learn, helping them to prioritize their time and effort as they work towards achieving their academic goals.
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For EdReady and other NROC products, The NROC Project employs best practices in data security, and only the minimum possible amount of personally identifiable information (PII data) is acquired by default. The document below provides a summary of The NROC Project’s privacy practices as they pertain to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
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EdReady employs best practices in data security, and the minimum possible amount of personally identifiable information (PII data) is acquired by default. The document below details the specific data collected under different implementation scenarios as well as related security, operations, and performance protocols.
Leading assessment at my college for 23 years, I can say EdReady is the easiest to implement. It delivers what we ask it to do.
EdReady’s color-coded system allowed me to engage even the most reluctant learners to make gains in math. It was amazing to see the growth and engagement during the summer.
Using EdReady, what we did see is an increase in college-level placement across all of our demographic groups: not just our underserved populations, not just our students of color, not just our low-income students, but all of our students really were able to increase that placement into college-level courses.
Our goal isn’t just to place students; it’s to give them the tools to be successful. And that’s what I really appreciate about EdReady. It’s more than a number score on a test. It links students with learning videos, practice problems, and additional resources, so it really does empower them to be successful in the class they’re going into.
I think the beauty of EdReady is that it is adaptive and personalized. Students get their own sort of positive reinforcement from what they do, and they are able to move on and in a manner that works for them.
Flexibility is probably the biggest thing and benefit that EdReady brings to our students.
EdReady’s built in ‘Learn’ feature was an excellent supplement to a class lecture. It provided students with additional opportunities to master content based on individual learning styles.
The goal is to remove all of the bottlenecks and give students at least one successful math experience in their lives. With EdReady, it’s needless to say: We, and our students, are thrilled.
With EdReady . . . you take the test, and it’s okay if you don’t know it all. It’s okay if your skills aren’t strong. Let’s make them better. It kind of fosters that sort of mindset where there’s a lot of things that we’re not strong in, but if you have the determination to make yourself stronger, it fosters that desire and it creates the environment to do as such.
EdReady is not a one-and-done platform. EdReady is an ongoing resource that helps students grow in math and English. It is honestly such a gift. I used EdReady when I was nervous and scared to take pre-calculus. I enjoy this program because I did not feel like a failure during the entire experience.
A beautiful part of EdReady is that you get to listen to presentations and worked examples. We have some ESL students who either are pursuing HiSET or are just trying to improve their English and math skills. Being able to actually practice the listening piece is vital and really helps build vocabulary. It's really rich for ESL populations.
Being a part of the EdReady summer bridge program has been monumental in my success so far. It has allowed me to feel confident as I go into a different chapter in my life.
Students love these personalized study plans. They love the chance to be able to finally fill in the holes that they have been struggling with all of high school, all of elementary school, all of junior high.