Free and fully online, Texas College Bridge is a personalized, adaptive learning platform that helps prepare 11th and 12th graders for college. The easy to use platform guides students through individualized college preparation courses in math and English, at their own pace and with a teacher facilitator to help them meet their goals.
Texas College Bridge includes customized teacher training and a data-rich dashboard that allows teachers to monitor a student’s progress on each skill, identify areas that need intervention and provide the support students need. Texas College Bridge gives you access to guide students to success, improve retention, and lay a solid foundation for college completion.
Free, virtual teacher training sessions are offered by NROC/EdReady, and are recorded for viewing.
For live hands-on reporting guidance, attend this webinar:
Sept. 21 at 3:30 PM CT | Register here
*closed captioning available
Find advising resources and training materials for district and campus staff, so you have the information you need to successfully advise students.
View the reporting video tutorials to get up-to-speed quickly on EdReady’s capabilities: each video is < 5 minutes!
Join us for implementation or technical help.
Sept. 16, 3 pm – 5 pm CT
Sept. 20, 11 am – 1 pm CT
Sept. 23, 3 pm – 5 pm CT
Meeting ID: 307 639 1834
Participate in NROC/EdReady training sessions or watch the latest recording session
Read all emails sent from NROC/EdReady
Check the NROC/EdReady dashboard daily and follow up with individual students about their progress
Contact each student weekly to provide encouragement and interventions: foster a positive coaching relationship
Using your district platform, provide weekly face-to-face/virtual opportunities to meet with students for synchronous instruction, Q&A, and guidance
Ensure students are aware which colleges accept the Texas College Bridge TSI exemption
“With the dashboard, it allowed us to see how far along the student was, whether or not they were about to meet their goal. We got automatic email once they did reach a goal. Basically, being able to see that information, if I didn’t hear from a student, I could send an email and say 'you’re at 56 percent. Let’s keep moving.' And again, if they were close to meeting that goal, I could send a text and say ‘you’re so close, let’s get there.’ The best part was getting the email to know they reached the goal.”— April Richmond, Irving ISD, facilitated English