Why am I only seeing a blank screen?


If nothing appears when you log in to the Social-Emotional Learning Platform, it’s very likely that your school, office, or organization’s firewall is blocking our website.

If your device or school uses an AdBlock, it may have blocked our website.

You can access Everyday Speech by turning off your adblocker when visiting Everyday Speech's site:
2. While on the website, select the adblock icon in your browser. A popular option, AdBlock Plus, looks like a red shield with the letters ABP in the center.
3. The easiest way to turn off your adblocker for our site is to click the large Power button that appears after you select your adblock icon. For different ablockers, this also might look like a toggle switch.
If this does not work, under Pause on this site, select Always to add the site to your allowlist. For different adblockers, the language might be different.
4. Refresh your page, or close and reopen your browser if refreshing doesn't do the trick.

To resolve this issue, kindly ask your school, office, or organization’s tech or IT team to allow “<everydayspeech.com>”, “<cloudinary.com>”, and all subdomains.


Once this has been resolved, you should be able to access your account on our platform!

If you’re not connected to a school, office, or organization’s network, please follow the steps below:

1. Log out of the Social Emotional Learning Platform.

2. Clear your browser history and cache. For desktop browsers, to quickly open menus used to clear your cache, cookies, and history, ensure that the browser is open and selected, and press Ctrl-Shift-Delete (Windows) or Command-Shift-Delete(Mac). If this doesn't work, follow the appropriate instructions from this article.

3. Log in again at http://slp.everydayspeech.com/


Please note: if you are using Internet Explorer, this browser was retired back in June 2022, and is no longer being supported.

If Internet Explorer is still your main browser, we would recommend switching to a different browser to ensure your Everyday Speech account functions as expected.