Education Access Initiatives

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Reflecting our commitment to help children everywhere build a strong foundation for academic success, Age of Learning’s Education Access Initiatives reach millions of children by offering the full, award-winning ABCmouse.com® Early Learning Academy at no cost to teachers and community institutions such as libraries, Head Start programs, public housing authorities, and afterschool programs.

Age of Learning has partnered with the White House, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, Urban Libraries Council, and others to serve children across the U.S. in need of high-quality early learning resources.


ABCmouse for teachers

Since 2011 Age of Learning has made ABCmouse available at no cost to teachers in U.S. public and private schools for use in their classrooms. ABCmouse for Teachers enables teachers to create and assign individualized lessons from our standards-based curriculum, which students can access at home through free, basic ABCmouse accounts. More than 65,000 teachers currently use ABCmouse in their classrooms on a regular basis.
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ABCmouse for Head Start

The Head Start program promotes school readiness for children ages five and younger from low-income families, serving more than one million children each year. ABCmouse for Head Start offers free access to the complete ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy for all Head Start programs. Read our research brief showing how the use of ABCmouse in one Head Start center helped students become better prepared for kindergarten.
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ABCmouse for Libraries

The 16,000+ U.S. public libraries are a critical resource—particularly for the millions of families without a computer or high-speed Internet at home—to access information and online learning. According to the Institute of Museum and Library Services, there are more than 1.5 billion in-person public library visits and over 300 million sessions on Internet-connected computers at U.S. public libraries annually. Age of Learning offers free ABCmouse for Libraries accounts to all public libraries, providing educationally rich learning experiences for young patrons. Launched in 2014, ABCmouse for Libraries is now available in more than 40% of all U.S. public library branches, including more than 70% of the top 50 library systems.
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ABCmouse for Community Centers
ABCmouse for Community Centers

ABCmouse for Community Centers provides community centers, afterschool programs, and public housing authorities with access to ABCmouse at no cost. In July 2015, as a partner in the White House’s Connect Home initiative, Age of Learning pledged to make ABCmouse available for free to families living in public housing in 27 cities and one tribal nation, serving up to 65,000 children ages 2–8 each year. Age of Learning has since expanded this pledge by making ABCmouse available to all U.S. public housing authorities in their computer rooms and community centers.
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