School and district administrators and staff can sign up for free online k-12 content with the Continuity of Learning program
A coalition of educational content companies are providing schools free access to online core curriculum, so their students can continue learning from home if school closures become necessary to combat the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

BYU Independent Study, Carone Learning, Crystal Bridges, OHM BOCES (NY only), ResponsiveEd (BrightThinker), Spider Learning, StudyForge, Village Virtual, and Zia Learning make up the coalition with support from Agilix and AWS. These publishers are poised to give students free access to hundreds of courses in K-12 core subject areas regardless of the learning management system (LMS) used in their school districts, as long as they are IMS Global Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) compatible.

Choose one publisher, and they will provide their core course catalog via IMSCC packages along with the necessary key and secret which will be valid until July 1, 2020 to onboard in your learning management system.

(If you are a content publisher who would like to join, contact us at and use "Continuity of Learning" as the subject.)
School email address (this will be shared with the publisher you choose) *
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Name *
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Phone *
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State *
Note: We are currently focusing on schools in the US; if you are from outside of the US, please select "Other", and describe your situation below. We will try to find a way to facilitate.
Please answer in this format: District, School, timeline for deployment, other pertinent or unique information. *
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1) Select your LMS. *
2) Select a publisher for content. *
Only one publisher per organization. Click "Browse courses" above to see what each publisher is offering.
Anticipated total number of students. *
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