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Inspiring Curiousity

Discovery Education supports teachers in accelerating student achievement, bringing the wonder of Discovery into classrooms to ignite students' natural curiosity.
Watch Video
Encourage your students to view the Top 10 Toyota Teen Driver Video Challenge Finalists and vote for their favorite daily through April 30. View and vote today!
Download interactive Techbook content to a student iPad when they have an internet connection - from an individual video to an entire concept. Once downloaded, that content is available to students, anywhere, anytime even without any internet.
Leadership@Now
Leadership@Now hangouts provide an opportunity for you to interact with leaders that are thinking deeply about hot topics within education. Learn from their experiences.
The Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge, a partnership between the Siemens Foundation and Discovery Education, is proud to announce this year's K-12 National Winners and Finalists.
Angles in Bridges
Custom built to the Common Core, Math Techbook will engage students in ways never before possible and help middle and high school teachers transform math instruction. Learn More.
Enter today to win one of two grand prizes of $45,000 in classroom technology to help your school to take education further.
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Following a rigorous evaluation, the Texas State Board of Education has approved the use of the Discovery Education Science Techbook series as a core instructional resource for elementary, middle, and high school science courses through its state adoption process. Read more.

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