Whether you are an educator, student, or family member, you can count on us for support during the academic year and throughout the summer. As schools and districts facilitate and plan for continued at-home learning, we’re here to help with digital access and services, free online resources, and ongoing support, so you can keep teaching and learning no matter where you are.
Quick access to your digital platforms and program-specific resources
Get quick links to platforms and programs on our Program Access page.
Get free online program access, activities, and more.
Explore free activities and lessons by grade and across subjects. Perfect for at-home learning during the school year and summer.
From our Math Solutions® team, get free resources created by leading educators for the school year and summer.
Find tips and resources for teaching remotely, adapting to new learning spaces, and more.
Explore resources featuring everyone’s favorite hero, including activities, videos, and games.
Watch engaging videos and learn about fearless kids around the world, real celebrities that use math every day, and more!
Discover free downloadable activities for math, science, world languages, history, and more!
Grades 6-12: NLP’s Checkology® virtual classroom is a browser-based platform that empowers educators to teach students how to discern what information to trust, share, and act on.
First Book provides schools serving kids and families in need with free books. Sign up is easy!
Explore professional learning resources, webinars, and more.
Find troubleshooting answers and learn more about your program’s online features with quick tutorials, Virtual Classroom Webinars, and more.
This guide offers the latest research on learning disruptions and concrete strategies for mitigating COVID-19 learning loss.
Watch free, 45-minute webinars with ed leaders to examine the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead of us – from ICLE and AASA.
Watch free recorded webinars to learn strategies for planning effective remote learning experiences for grades K–5 and 6–12.
In these 45-minute on-demand webinars, Michael DiSpezio shares strategies for teaching elementary, middle and high school students about COVID-19.
Join Noelle Morris for Twitter chats on virtual instruction, mindset, and more! Follow #Lead2Literacy, every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7:00 PM EST.
In this Method to the Mathness episode, ICLE Senior Fellow Tyrone Howard discusses COVID-19’s impact on low-income students, and what educators can do to address their needs.
Find information on the $30 billion in emergency relief funds set aside in the CARES Act to help schools deal with the impact of the COVID-19 crisis.
If you are adopting alternative instructional settings, such as online/virtual learning, we are prepared to match your preferred delivery mode for professional learning.
If you need scheduling assistance or would like to convert your in-person events to virtual sessions, please contact your Account Executive or Services Manager.
Quick links and contacts for troubleshooting issues
Find answers to common questions relating to platform sign-on, accessing assignments, Google Classroom, and more.
The HMH Help Center provides quick access to online help for our programs and platforms. Find your product on the homepage and choose your support name.
Administrators, if you currently have digital access to HMH programs but your teachers have not used it before, you must first roster users into their designated programs.
Quick access and guides for our customers outside the U.S.
Watch walkthroughs for the teacher and student experiences to learn how to access your program and make the most of the tools on the HMH Global Learning Platform.
Watch sessions on the most critical issues international educators are facing right now and get resources to help you navigate online learning experiences.