Frequently Asked Questions
No catch! EVERFI secures community partners to sponsor K-12 schools. These partners fully fund all the courses & resources available via the EVERFI platform so they’re always free for schools.
Each student can self-register to create their account. However, if you’d like to create an account for each student you can upload a spreadsheet with usernames & passwords under the Students tab. If a district is using Clever or ClassLink to log into EVERFI, student accounts do NOT need to be created. Teachers should log in via their SSO (Clever or ClassLink) and create their classes using the "create class" button. Once classes are created, students will login via the SSO (Clever or ClassLink) and will automatically be enrolled into the teacher's class according to the district roster.
EVERFI adheres to ESSA requirements for providing evidence of efficacy for our products. Our entire suite of K-12 courses have met ESSA Tier 4 Rationale for Efficacy and have also earned the Digital Promise Certificate for Research-Based Product Design. For more evidence, see EVERFI Research Website for the most recent body of research.
Yes! EVERFI courses are created with state standards in mind. You can reach out to your Implementation Specialist to see what is aligned to your standards and hear how other teachers in your area are implementing resources. Find your Implementation Specialist’s email address by logging in to your EVERFI account and clicking Help.
Yes, many EVERFI courses complement each other and go well together. You can reach out to your Implementation Specialist to get recommendations personalized for your class. Find your Implementation Specialist’s email address by logging in to your EVERFI account and clicking Help.
No! You can use EVERFI courses with as many students as you’d like every year. Each class you create on your EVERFI account by clicking Create Class can hold up to 1000 students and you can create as many classes as you need.
The digital courses are designed for students to work independently on their own computer. Within many of the self-paced lessons, students explore scenarios where they make decisions based on their own lives. Students also complete a pre- and post-assessment that is automatically graded and available for teachers to keep track of individual performance. Teachers have access to offline resources like lesson plans and discussion guides to use whole-class in addition to the digital lessons.
The terms module and lesson are used interchangeably to describe the self-paced, digital lessons that students work through independently on their computers. Lessons last anywhere from 5-45 minutes, depending on the course. Courses are a collection of lessons on a particular topic, with anywhere from 1-7 lessons per course. EVERFI offers over 30 courses that contain altogether over 200 total lessons.
Yes! You can use as many EVERFI courses with as many students as you’d like every year.
This varies by course. Check system requirements here by selecting the device tab then find the list of K12 Education courses that are supported on that device.
Teachers have a Gradebook on their EVERFI account. From here, they can monitor student pre- and post-assessment scores, along with timestamps, and read student responses to short-answer questions.
For most classes, you can elect to teach the lessons in the order of your choice, but you are not able to change the way the lessons are laid out within the platform.
Your school has unlimited student & teacher licenses.