Partnerships and Programs
Current Partnerships & Programs
In addition to providing free educational and professional development resources for K-12 educators and students through our website, Annenberg Learner also supports mission-aligned partners and programs. Please view the list of current partnerships and programs below for more information.
Annenberg Learner is proud to support the South LA Best Buy Teen Tech Center to provide young people in disinvested communities the opportunity to explore technology in an innovative space. Through the collaboration, hundreds of students from South LA will get access to the latest tech tools to help them explore music and vocal production, digital media, robotics, virtual reality, 3D printing, and more. As part of the LA Community Impact Hub, this partnership is a crucial step in an ongoing effort by Best Buy, AnnenbergTech, and Greater LA Education Foundation to address the digital divide in the community.
Annenberg Learner, Step Up Tutoring, and Arizona State University Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College have joined forces with like-minded organizations and experts across the country to build a learning program with stackable, competency-based training and micro-credential that supports high-impact tutoring. The mission of the partnership for National Tutor Training & Support Resources is to drive student success in under-resourced communities.
Annenberg Learner is partnered with LabXchange, an online science education platform from Harvard University, to provide users access to high-quality science education resources at no cost. Through this partnership, The Annenberg Learner Podcast and Learner series are now available on LabXchange and include Habitable Planet, Chemistry: Challenges and Solutions, A Private Universe, Reading & Writing in the Disciplines, and Essential Lens: Analyzing Photographs Across the Curriculum.
Annenberg Learner is a proud coalition partner of CAA Ready Set and the National Partnership for Student Success (NPSS), a nationwide tutor, mentor and service recruitment campaign that addresses the loss of learning and relational mentors among K-12 public school students in the US. The goal is to connect students with tutors and mentors, particularly those who live in historically marginalized communities.