ERB is a not-for-profit member-based organization with a nearly century-long history of serving independent schools. We help enable everyone — schools, educators, and families — to be a part of unlocking student potential. With our portfolio, we support educators in thoughtfully and thoroughly tracking the entire student journey, extending beyond the measures of academic performance to include understanding students' well-being, belonging, and social-emotional skills.
At ERB, all we see is potential. That’s our aspirational vision for how we interact with and serve our member schools and how we ensure every student can benefit from learning paths that meet the needs of the whole child. We are committed to advancing every student's potential by leveraging data-driven insights to support educators and families and drive student growth
An ERB membership unlocks access to our portfolio of assessments and measurement tools to better understand the whole child and enables you to become part of a community of like-minded educators. By becoming a member, you can better understand and leverage data to help every student achieve their learning goals and reach their full potential.
We are the trusted leader in assessment and data-driven insights for independent school educators and families, supporting the growth of the whole child. Get to know our leadership team here and learn more about our unique approach to measuring student growth.
“To create testing and learning solutions that would help
schools develop improved curriculum based on results,
thus helping students gain a better education.”
—ERB founder, Dr. Charles K. Taylor, 1927
The findings of an ERB pilot study of more than 2,000 students offer important lessons for educators and school leaders as they build and iterate social and emotional skill development programs. […] read more
During the 2022-2023 school year, 14 ERB member schools piloted the Check-In Survey with over 2,000 students in grades 4-8. The study revealed both persistent challenges and powerful takeaways for educators. […] read more