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.
Award-winning NROC Math and NROC English curricula underpin the EdReady experience.
Institutional EdReady sites capture and graphically display student- and cohort-level, real-time performance data.
The reporting suite empowers you to uncover student learning trends and understand when and what types of instructional interventions will benefit your students.
Since its inception, The NROC Project, the nonprofit organization behind EdReady, has been dedicated to creating and maintaining open educational resources (OER), including EdReady.org. At the public site (EdReady.org), individuals can create a free account and take advantage of the personalized learning platform. Importantly, public site data is owned by the registered user.
Institutions can procure their own EdReady sites, and customize curricular scopes and sequences to support a variety of implementation use cases. When students use an institutional EdReady site, they gain support from their institution, they may be eligible for credit, and they are more likely to succeed in their credit-bearing coursework. What's more, educators can leverage their institution's site to analyze student- and cohort-level data to inform instruction and student support practices.
Currently enrolled students: Before you create a public EdReady account, please search for your school's customized EdReady site. Using your educational institution's EdReady site will ensure that you get credit for the studying you do and the progress you make within the platform.
The video below provides a basic overview of the student experience.
The Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) is a document which evaluates how accessible a particular product is according to the Section 508 Standards. It is a self-disclosing document produced by the vendor which details each aspect of the Section 508 requirements and how the product supports each criterion.
EdReady Accessibility Statement
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).
EdReady Service Status: https://status.edready.org/
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.
Because we value student access over profit, our products are and will continue to remain affordable, allowing institutions, districts, systems, and states to take advantage of NROC technologies without having to pass associated costs on to their students.
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