Adobe Supports U.S. K12 Students for Distance Learning
by Mala Sharma
posted on 08-24-2020
As the 2020-2021 school year begins, the vast majority of elementary, middle and high school students in the U.S. are—or will be—engaging in distance learning in some capacity throughout the fall term. To support K12 students in this challenging landscape, Adobe is pleased to expand and extend our offer of Creative Cloud desktop applications to all students and teachers from August 24, 2020 through January 31, 2021 for current U.S. K12 volume license customers.
New U.S. K12 Creative Cloud customers can also take advantage of these cost-savings for the duration of this offer by purchasing a volume license for their school or district. This will enable new customers to deploy Creative Cloud desktop applications (at home access) to all students and teachers through January 31, 2021.
Adobe has been partnering with educators and education leaders for decades and is committed to helping foster positive student outcomes amidst this changing landscape. It is our hope that this K12 offer bolsters teachers’ efforts to deliver meaningful and engaging learning experiences.
We aim to enable creativity that will help equip K12 students with the skills needed for success in their academic learning and beyond. For curriculum specific ideas, check out our new Distance Learning Hub.
Lastly, this solution is meant to address K12 specific challenges. We are sensitive to the challenges faced by our higher education customers and have made adjustments to our offerings to help solve their needs. If you are representing a higher education institution, please reach out to your Adobe Representative to learn what new buying options are available.
For more information about Adobe’s K12 Creative Cloud offerings or to request access to this offer please click here.
For information on how to become a new K12 U.S. volume license customer, click here.
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