Does "user" refer to educators or students? Who counts as a user? Do students need accounts?

Note: On this page, there is an option to select how many users you want to sign up for a membership. As you increase the number of users, the cost per user per year decreases.

Each "user" represents each individual person who will be logging into an account and accessing the content. This can be a teacher, a parent, an administrator, and/or a student (depending on your school/district's required permissions).

  • If you are planning to use the content with students during class time, then you only need a user account for the educator(s) and/or parent(s).
  • Each person will need a separate account if each person wants to be able to access the content outside of class time.

Read more in this doc about these two scenarios, and for details about student/home access.

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Note: this content works for both classroom environments and homeschooling environments. Even for Professional Development (PD).

Note: If you are a company or organization that would like to explore partnership -- whether to use the curriculum with your audience in sessions, partner on professional development, have us be your curriculum partner or core curriculum provider, or something else entirely -- please reach out and share more about what you are imagining. 

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Learn more about our membership details in our terms and conditions and our privacy policy

Please refer to our privacy policy and to your school/district's rules to learn more if and how accounts for students under the age of 18 are possible.

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