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so that it matches the way we live our lives

Online & Blended Learning

Today’s higher education students want to reach their educational goals in a way that fits their lifestyles. Whether their courses are blended or fully online, they are eager to participate in engaging, rigorous online learning programs.

To help you meet the demand for online learning programs, we provide support in online program management, tailored services, and innovative digital solutions. Together, we can increase student achievement and improve results.

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5.8+ million students are taking at least one distance education course

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Online Report Card

Tracking Online Education in the United States

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How does online learning affect students' lives? Everyone's educational road is different. Whether they’re taking care of families, going down a new career path, or training for the Olympics, learners can rely on the accessibility and flexibility of online learning to help them change their lives for the better. We partner with institutions to make online programs the best they can be for each traveler.

The State of Online Learning. Todd Hitchcock, COO of Pearson Embanet, shares his thoughts on the state of online learning - where it is and where it's headed, touching upon evolving student support services, the use of data & analytics and emerging learning models.


Credit for Prior Learning

1 in 5 Americans of working age has some college but no degree. Credit for prior learning can help more students graduate.
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Success Story


Pearson, ASU & Starbucks Partner for Online Learning

In 2010, Arizona State University partnered with Pearson to enhance and expand its online learning services. Since then online enrollment has increased by 325%, more than 4,000 students have completed their degrees, and Starbucks is using the program to provide a free college education to its employees.

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