Keeping student learning going while out of school

Your school or district may be asking you to use Actively Learn or you want a resource for engaging your child in reading. We're here to help.

What do students do on Actively Learn? 

Actively Learn helps students learn with interactive assignments from their teacher.
It also gives them an opportunity to read engaging articles independently.

Engaging activities

Students read interactive assignments from their teacher with guiding questions and notes. Students can also read engaging articles and short stories from our Student Reading Library, then rate and share their favorites.

Reading supports

Actively Learn is easy for students to access at home, whether on a smartphone, laptop, or desktop. They can access scaffolding notes and media, an embedded dictionary, translation into over 100 languages, plus in-line peer discussion and shared peer responses.


When reading class assignments, students can discuss texts with their classmates and receive immediate feedback from their teacher.
They can also see each other's responses to questions and participate in class polls.

Getting started is easy, and we’ll be here along the way.

Students can sign up for a student account at any time.

For additional guidance, we have a student help center and chat that can be accessed once you've logged in.