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Education.com now using Clever’s single sign on tool


Partnership lets educators log in to Education.com and access resources

Education.com, an online education destination for teachers, parents, and homeschoolers looking to help their kids succeed in school, has announced a new partnership with Clever to give teachers and students easy, secure, and free access to Education.com’s educational resources for a more comprehensive classroom learning experience.

Teachers know how difficult and tedious it can be to find quality learning materials for their students.

Education.com provides 9 million Pre-K through 5th grade educators with expert-created printables, lesson plans, interactive games and exercises. Clever secures student data and simplifies student logins in more than a third of K-12 schools nationwide. Now, through Clever Instant Login, teachers and students can quickly and easily connect to Education.com in the classroom for free without having to manage multiple usernames and passwords.

“Education.com aims to be an important part of school and district ecosystems, and we do this in part by integrating with the technology systems that are used most in classrooms,” said Todd Schwartz, co-CEO, Education.com. “Clever has quickly gained traction as one of the most popular platforms used in schools every day. Now, teachers have a fast, secure and easy way to identify and access premium resources so they can best support their students’ learning needs.”

“Education.com is an exciting and fresh resource for both students and teachers, and our new partnership is an excellent example of how Clever can help great educational platforms improve learning outcomes in today’s schools,” said Tyler Bosmeny, co-founder and CEO, Clever.

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