Navigate to the Products tab in the Adobe Admin Console.
In addition to the licenses purchased for Creative Cloud, the Products page shows an offer for Adobe Express for K12. Select Getting Started.
This step-by-step guide shows IT administrators and other staff at K12 schools and districts how to deploy named-user licenses of Adobe Express for Education, Creative Cloud All Apps, and other Adobe apps to students and teachers.
Adobe offers the world’s best creative tools for K12 (primary and secondary) teachers and students, from industry-standard Creative Cloud applications to the new free Adobe Express offering.
Adobe Express for Education is designed for teachers and students to use across grade levels and content areas. Previously known as Adobe Spark for Education, Adobe Express for Education is free for K12 users and offers a rich set of web and mobile solutions designed to unlock student creativity and communication skills. It adds Adobe Photoshop Express and Adobe Premiere Rush to the existing Adobe Spark Video and Adobe Spark Page apps with premium features, and it also offers content guardrails and privacy protections made just for schools.
For more information about the Adobe Express offering, see the Frequently Asked Questions.
Adobe Express for Education is only free as a stand-alone offer for K12 institutions and includes 2GB of cloud storage per license. Higher education customers can access Adobe Express by making a Creative Cloud All Apps purchase. Learn more.
To test your setup, you can add a user, and sign in using the new user account. You can choose an existing email address that you have access to or create one for this test.
If any issues arise, check the admin guide and search for articles on Enterprise Learn & Support page to find solutions.