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    Adobe Creative Cloud for Education Site License

    With a new offer for primary and secondary schools, there's never been a better time to move to Creative Cloud.

    Only Adobe brings together a comprehensive set of integrated desktop software to foster creativity in education. Adobe Creative Cloud gives primary and secondary schools access to the industry-leading creative tools for print, web, video and photography. And with a new, affordable, easy-to-manage site licensing option available through the Value Incentive Plan (VIP), schools can enhance teaching and learning while helping students develop essential digital skills for success in college and their careers.

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    Features

    Universal access

    Give your students, teachers, and staff access to the latest industry-leading creative software so they can design, share, and publish compelling communications across all media and devices.

    Budget predictability

    A low-cost, flat-fee, single-license purchase with one annual or multiyear contract for at least 100 school-owned or leased computers, with the ability to cover more at the time of purchase.

    Flexible deployment and management

    Designed for an individual school, a site license offers a web-based Admin Console that makes it easy to centrally manage and deploy licenses.

    Classroom and home use

    Your school has the flexibility to use licenses for in-classroom deployment or at home on teacher-owned machines.

    Free instructional resources

    Your educators can access the Adobe Education Exchange for free professional development, teaching resources, and peer-to-peer collaboration to help them get up to speed on Creative Cloud apps and ignite creativity in the classroom.