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.
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.
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.
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.
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