Pearson® K12 Learning Expands Collection of Free Resources to Further Support Educators with Remote Teaching and Learning


PARAMUS, N.J., APRIL 14, 2020 — Pearson K12 Learning continues its commitment to supporting teachers with remote teaching and learning by providing additional free resources from some of our most popular learning solutions across all grade levels and disciplines.

“We are deeply grateful for all that our nation’s teachers are doing to keep teaching and learning going under these extraordinary circumstances,” said Bethlam Forsa, CEO of Pearson K12 Learning. “Our priority is to support the continued learning and growth of students and the distance-learning needs of educators by providing an expanded array of free resources from many of our high-quality educational programs.”

This additional content can be found at The site features videos, easy lesson plans, and print-on-demand worksheets from many of Pearson K12 Learning’s most popular programs in math, science, social studies, and reading and writing. These include enVision® Mathematics, elevateScience™, myWorld Interactive, and myPerspectives™, as well as its well-known intervention program, SuccessMaker®.

The site builds on the collection of preK-12 online resources that Pearson K12 Learning had already been providing to both customers and those seeking free downloadable resources as a result of the sudden demand for remote learning resources prompted by the coronavirus pandemic. The site will be updated regularly with additional content.


Pearson K12 Learning is a next-generation learning company that produces award-winning learning solutions that empower educators and engage students with the highest quality content. Recognized as an industry leader, we serve millions of K-12 learners with innovative, student-centered educational programs that turn today’s classrooms into active learning environments. By embracing technology, personalized learning, and immersive experiences—delivered online, offline, anytime—we design our learning solutions to be more accessible, flexible, and relevant so that all students have a chance to succeed.

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