IOWA CITY, Iowa—ACT announced the introduction of ACT® CollegeReady™, a web-based system that measures students’ readiness for college math and English and provides a personalized study path for knowledge and skill building. The system is designed for colleges and universities as part of a new collaboration between ACT and The NROC Project, an organization dedicated to improving students’ college and career readiness.
To broaden EdReady’s utility and impact, we recently launched a second phase of development related to the integration of English curricula. Whether you are still exploring EdReady’s capabilities or you were an early adopter, consider how EdReady English can help the students you serve.
Personalizing math and English review before college admission has proven a powerful alternative to traditional college placement methods. Through a collaboration with NROC, ACT now offers ACT® CollegeReady™ to support student success with a student-centered approach to readiness. Student paths to mastery are accelerated through individualized instruction informed by real-time feedback and data reporting. Learn[…]
Are your personalized learning initiatives enhancing your students’ academic and personal goals? Recently, via EdSurge, Elizabeth Anthony shared “How to Measure Success Without Academic Achievement,” asserting that we should expand our personalized learning initiatives to impact more than what’s typically evaluated in the classroom. So, how do we ensure students’ growth expands beyond a grade?[…]
We are offering a sneak peek of EdReady English, to be released in January 2018. Watch the webinar recording, now available.