access alliance for education

independently-authored, value-focused, coursework accelerators

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Access Alliance for Education is a coursework accelerator. We work with instructors, departments and institutions to help accelerate the learning process by partnering with unique content, resource, and tool providers.

Access Alliance for Education is helping in the transition to online due to the coronavirus crisis (COVID-19). Several of our solutions and eBooks are contributed resources featured within the White House/SIIA partnership Tech for Learners.org, a web-based platform offering students, parents, educators, and the workforce trusted tools supporting online learning.

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OUR COURSES AND SOLUTIONS

Authored by instructors sharing decades of knowledge, our courses are ready for you to customize and use with your students.

Simple, intuitive, and highly-engaging, our partner solutions help to accelerate learning.

VALUE-FOCUSED TO ENABLE COURSE MATERIAL AFFORDABILITY

Curating affordable and effective courses and solutions is priority one.


We seek authors and solution partners that can make a difference in education, while not breaking the bank.

LEARNING GLOBALLY

We strive to democratize learning globally. We partner with distribution platforms and learning solutions to reach a global audience.

Why Value-Focused?

Since 2006, the cost of textbooks has increased by 73 percent ¹—or more than 4X the rate of inflation—with the cost of a single book between $200 and $400.

The College Board recommends students budget about $1200 per year for textbooks and supplies.

As a consequence, 65% of students opt to go without textbooks due to the high cost.² Of those, 94% were concerned that their decision not to buy the book would affect their grades.²

Source: ¹Covering the Cost, Student PIRGs; ²US Public Interest Research Group

Current ebooks and course work developed

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