How to access Goalbook

Rhianon Gutierrez Updated by Rhianon Gutierrez

What is Goalbook? Who has access?

Goalbook Toolkit is an online instructional design tool that empowers educators to apply research-based best practices to transform instruction so that ALL students succeed. It builds teacher capacity to develop higher quality IEPs and implement them with more effective specially designed instruction.

Accounts are available to all Boston Public Schools educators. To request an account, please fill out the Goalbook Access Request Form. Once you have submitted the form, look for an email from with your log-in information within the next week.

Why use Goalbook?

Goalbook Toolkit supports teachers throughout the special education process. First, Toolkit guides teachers to confidently identify student present levels that are data-driven.  Next, it saves time in developing meaningful and standards-aligned goals that address students' individual needs.  Finally, Toolkit helps teachers successfully implement IEPs with instant access to research-based instructional strategies and classroom-ready resources.

How do I access Goalbook?

You can access Goalbook in ONE of two ways:


Log in to Clever at using your BPS email and password. Look for Goalbook under the Staff Links category. Sign in using Google.

Goalbook Website

Go to and sign in using Google.

What devices can I use to access Goalbook?

The Goalbook website can be accessed on any device with a browser.

Where can I learn more about how to use Goalbook?

Visit Goalbook's homepage ( to find asynchronous, on demand training and webinars.

On Demand Training
  1. Once you have logged onto the Goalbook site, go to Training Center > On Demand Courses.
  2. Select the On Demand: Asynchronous course. It will take 1 hour to complete and you will receive a certificate upon completion.

Who can I contact if I have additional questions?

Product questions: Goalbook Support Team

Account questions: Kiersten Sullivan

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