Achievement First works hard to close the achievement gap and deliver on the promise of an equal educational opportunity for all children, regardless of race, economic status, or zip code.
India’s leading educational institute enhances learning and nurtures student creativity with Adobe Creative Cloud.
School encourages students to express themselves with Adobe software donated through the White House ConnectED program.
Hong Kong students master new creative skills with Adobe Creative Cloud to stay ahead in fast-changing business world.
International training organization uses Adobe Campaign to fully automate personalized email campaigns.
Title I school ignites passion for learning with Adobe creative and eLearning software donated through the White House’s ConnectED Initiative.
Network of ministries of education uses Adobe ColdFusion to provide innovative solutions for schools, researchers, and industry partners.
London high school engages students and parents in curriculum anytime, anywhere with Adobe Presenter.
Australian distance learning program uses Adobe Connect to provide equal standards of education to students.
Top school district prepares students for college and careers by standardizing on Adobe creative solutions.
Chicago Public Schools Career and Technical Education programs give high school students academic, technical, and creative boosts for college and beyond.
Instructional technology specialists at Alief Independent School District used components of Adobe Creative Suite accessed via Adobe Creative Cloud to build a website promoting awareness during the 2012 elections.
World Wide Workshop program advances student STEM and computing knowledge through game design and programming using Adobe Flash Professional.
Largest high school journalism department in U.S relies on Creative Suite Master Collection to produce acclaimed print, broadcast, and web programs.
Clark County School District uses Adobe Creative Suite Master Collection to arm high school students with marketable digital communications skills and improve student achievement.