Edulastic Makes Common Core Formative Assessments Simple!

Edulastic is a FREE formative assessment platform that supports student mastery of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Teachers can track student comprehension day-by-day—with homework and in-class assignments—to provide personalized feedback, remediation, and intervention. 

Create & Share Common Core Assessments

Craft meaningful homework assignments that are auto-scored and support student mastery of Common Core standards.

Leverage a Professional Learning Community

Share standardized assessments & teaching strategies across districts and within broader learning communities.

Real-Time Class & District Level Reporting

Know what your students know; view standards-based reports & real-time student and class data.

PARCC & SBAC Styled Technology-Enhanced Items*

Provide seamless standards-aligned formative assessments with interactive, free form, technology enhanced question items.

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A New Formative Assessment Learning Space

See how Edulastic’s free platform is going to revolutionize how teachers prepare for the Common Core, and create & deliver formative assessments. 

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Full Teacher & Student Support

We provide meaningful teaching solutions, and supplemental learning spaces for students, by understanding how content, teaching, and technology come together. 

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*Disclaimer: Edulastic’s content and software is not affiliated with, or endorsed by, PARCC or SBAC. Edulastic provides Technology Enhanced Items (TEI). Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium defines TEI as the following:

“Technology enhanced items are computer delivered items that include specialized interactions for collecting response data. These include interactions and responses beyond traditional selected response or constructed response. A TEI template describes a single interaction, response data collected as a result of that interaction, and the logic applied to score the response data.”