A collection of the investments we’re making to empower learners worldwide.
Grab Your Pencils and Register Today for the Newest TOEFL iBT® Test Option: TOEFL iBT® Paper Edition
ETS announced today its newest and final addition to the TOEFL iBT ® test portfolio, TOEFL iBT ® Paper Edition. Registration for the paper-based test opens today, Tuesday, October 12, with administrations beginning on Saturday, December 11. The test will be initially offered in the United States, India, Mexico and Colombia, with increased availability to other markets expected over the next year.
ETS and the University of Arizona Launch 2021 JD-Next™ Program in Latest Commitment to Diversity in Law School
Through the JD-Next program, students develop skills reading cases, analyzing case law, spotting issues and writing clearly.
ETS Strategic Capital Invests in Degreed
This latest strategic investment by the private equity and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) arm of the organization is intended to continue to advance and grow ETS’s educational business and mission through high-growth deal making.
Now Available Worldwide: ETS Offers At-Home Solutions for TOEFL iBT ® Test and GRE ® General Test Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
ETS, a global leader in educational measurement and learning solutions, announced today that the TOEFL iBT® Special Home Edition and GRE® General Test at-home solutions are now available worldwide for test takers who have been affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The solutions were initially announced on March 23 and were available in nine countries and administrative regions.
ETS Offers Helpful Guidance to Those Preparing for the TOEFL Test
To ensure high-quality instruction and better preparation for taking the TOEFL®, Chinese test takers should only purchase TOEFL Practice Online (TPO) and/or retired TOEFL iBT content from officially authorized providers, Educational Testing Service (ETS), urged today.
Tribal College and University Presidents Convene to Improve Native Student Outcomes
Tribal college and university (TCU) presidents from across the country met last week to examine the critical role of data in addressing student enrollment, retention and success at their institutions serving Native American students.