Get NROC's Back-to-School Info Sessions on Your Calendar Now Register for one, some, or all of our August Info Sessions—hands-on, 30-minute demonstrations designed to help you maximize NROC's adaptable and customizable courses and tools—and rest assured that you'll have everything you need to kickstart an effective 2021–22 academic year.
The NROC Project always makes free, web-based resources available to everyone. Whether you currently deliver virtual learning experiences, or you are planning to deliver virtual learning experience, we encourage you to take advantage of EdReady.org and HippoCampus.org as part of your plans.
Join us for a conversation about the power of multiple measures placement as a portal to student success. We examine how colleges are harnessing the adaptive capabilities of EdReady to create more equitable learning opportunities, often in lieu of high-stakes examinations.
Texas College Bridge was launched as a response to a growing college-readiness problem further aggravated by COVID-19. Partners discuss the evolution of this growing college-readiness effort and consider how secondary and postsecondary education leaders can use this work as a model for impactful programming, tailored to local populations and needs.
The NROC Project recently obtained third-party SOC 2 Type II security certification. This certification is one of the most rigorous industry standards pertaining to information security and is a good representation of the effort we have put toward complying with operating principles and practices that are in keeping with our growing position as the provider of mission-critical solutions.
Get your creative juices flowing with a fast-paced tour of both emerging and established models for summer programming that will help students prepare for a successful start to the 2021-22 academic year. We explore community-based, STEM-focused programming, secondary and postsecondary partnerships, supporting Dakota Promise scholars, and an FYE (first-year experience) initiative.
‘Remediation’ requires acceptance of a very particular model of knowledge-acquisition and mastery, coupled with a set of policy assumptions around the pace at which that model plays out among our student populations. Despite the fact that these assumptions have been well disproven, logistical challenges seemed to limit options for improvement. However, things have changed, and we are seeing positive impacts from capable technologies, supportive policies, and a renewed emphasis on equity.
With accountability measures now extending beyond high-stakes assessments, many schools are uncovering new ways of identifying gaps and accelerating gains, as they work to equitably level the playing field for all learners. Hear how leaders from resilient schools are addressing 'learning loss'.
The process of continuous, formative assessment, with an emphasis on improving knowledge and skills (as opposed to simply flagging students as deficient), has historically been dismissed as too difficult or impractical. But things have changed.
This spring, member survey respondents surfaced that SEL (social-emotional learning) tools and tactics are a top priority. To answer this need, we dug into the Center for Urban Education’s recent talk, How to Express Care with a Focus on Racial Equity.
To highlight how members shape our cyclical development priorities, we launched the WHY (We Heard You) initiative. WHY communications highlight significant function and feature updates, with an emphasis on what these improvements mean to you and your students.
This five-framework series is comprised of the student framework, the mathematics instructional framework, the reasoning through language arts instructional framework, the instructional technology framework, and the brand new English language proficiency instructional framework.