The Inland Career Education Center (ICEC), in San Bernardino, California, used EdReady to help a group of welders master the math skills they would need to pass the national Beginning Welding Certification.
NROC member Mountain Heights Academy won the SETDA Student Voices Award for leveraging technology to dramatically improve the educational experiences and achievements of their students.
Nevada State College moved to using EdReady as both an initial placement diagnostic (when an SAT or ACT score was not available) and as an independent-study remediation option for students to use before they arrived on campus.
Since its 2014 launch, NROC members have customized EdReady to support data-driven, personalized learning initiatives. EdReady differs from other personalized learning tools because its improvements are informed by and prioritized through community input.
Donna has been a trailblazer using EdReady to serve incoming students at Owensboro Community College in Kentucky in a variety of ways.