What is Britannica School?
Britannica School is the go-to site for learning more about any subject—for all grades and all reading abilities—offering thousands of up-to-date, curated, and curriculum-relevant articles, images, videos, audio clips, primary sources, maps, research tools, recommended Web sites, and three separate databases—Elementary, Middle, or High.
Access provided courtesy of the California State Library.
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Built-In Support for Differentiated Learning: Three user-friendly interfaces make it easy to select the portal—Elementary, Middle, or High School— appropriate for each student.
A convenient toggle provides instant access to content at different reading levels within the same interface.
Read aloud and built-in translation features support students with special needs and English language learners.
Nonfiction Content Aligned to the Next Generation Science, Common Core, and State Curriculum Standards: Thousands of curated article entries, magazine, and journal articles; videos; images; audio clips; and primary sources provide the most current, real-world content for discovery and exploratory learning.
Britannica’s editorial team adds new content daily.
Time-Saving Research Tools: Use handy how-to-conduct-research tools to build essential information literacy skills. Group together related content types for activities or projects using the easy-to-use Content Collector.
Review and adapt ready-made lessons on various subjects or create your own with the intuitive Lesson Plan Builder.
Available for use on
Any computer or device with a browser and internet access. There is currently no app for this product.