Version 1.0 of EdReady will formally launch on April 1, 2014, at the annual membership meeting of The NROC Project, in Monterey, California.
EdReady has been piloted by several NROC members from around the United States since Summer 2013. These pilots have tested EdReady in a variety of interesting use-cases, including:
- personalizing learning for high-school Algebra students.
- incoming freshman preparing to pass placement exams at a four-year university.
- developmental math students in a summer boot camp working to improve placement exam scores at a community college.
- high-school summer students (juniors and seniors) exploring college options and getting a better handle on their math readiness.
- and more.
Students are encouraged to take advantage of the free, public EdReady site, which will go live on April 1. If you are a teacher or other institutional representative, and you are part of a sustaining institutional member of the NROC Network, you are entitled to a custom version of EdReady. Contact NROC staff to learn more and get started.