Essential Skills for the Whole Child

Teach your student’s essential life skills that will improve their lives outside of the classroom with our interactive digital courses. Thanks to hundreds of our partners, over 25,000+ K-12 schools and 6.8 million students have access to these courses free of charge.

Our best-in-class instructional design keeps your students engaged while they learn critical life skills such as financial readiness, emotional literacy, STEM, and much more.

Created by leading subject matter experts, these courses ensure an effective, meaningful, and measurable learning experience for both teachers and students.

Real-Life Education Course Offerings

Available Topics:

  • Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM)
  • Financial Literacy
  • Career Exploration
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Cultural Literacy
  • Prescription Drug Safety

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Real-Life Digital Curriculum Offerings

  • Financial Education

    Financial education is more than being able to add dollars and cents. It’s about building better habits, instilling confidence, and equipping the next generation with the skills to pursue big goals with minimal risk.

  • STEM & Career Readiness

    Tap into student interest and curiosity to make critical math, science, and career concepts relatable. Our engaging and interactive STEM & Career Readiness resources inspire students to pursue the careers of tomorrow.

  • Social & Emotional Learning

    Social-emotional learning (SEL) is at the heart of good teaching. When students are able to manage their emotions, practice self-awareness, and maintain healthy relationships, they’ll excel in school, work, and life.

  • Health & Wellness

    The choices we make and the habits we form while we are young become the foundation for the lives we lead as adults. When students practice making healthy decisions in a safe environment, they are more prepared to make them in the real world.

  • Cultural Literacy

    Democracy starts with a population that understands and appreciates the contributions of everyone. Foster critical dialogue with offerings that brings the history, legacy, contributions, and achievements of diverse groups to life.

  • Summer Learning

    Learning shouldn’t take a break when school lets out for the summer. Combat the summer slide with short, engaging lessons designed to reinforce foundational math and reading skills.