Students- all you need to know about Adobe Express for Education
- Adobe Express User Guide
- Create and edit graphics, photos, and videos
- Create and manage brands
- Content Scheduler
- Quick action
- Resize your images using quick action
- Remove background from your images using quick action
- Convert your images to JPG or PNG using quick action
- Trim your video using quick action
- Resize your video using quick action
- Convert to GIF using quick action
- Crop video using quick action
- Learn how to Convert PDF and Export PDF using quick action
- Edit PDF text and images using quick action
- Combine PDF files and organize PDF pages using quick action
- FAQ | Quick actions
- Resize your images using quick action
- Publish and share
- Adobe Express on mobile
- Adobe Express for Education
How interested students can get started with their Adobe Express for Education account.
What is Adobe Express for Education?
Adobe Express for Education makes it easy for students to communicate ideas with stunning presentations, graphics, and short videos—in minutes. It's designed especially for teachers and students in mind, with new quick actions, tools, and resources that are perfect for any subject.
As part of the Adobe Express for Education plan, K12 Teachers and students get all the features that they know and love from Adobe Spark as well as two additional applications: Adobe Photoshop Express and Adobe Premiere Rush. This allows for the entire class to create videos on the go and edit photos quickly within the app.
An Adobe Express for Education plan adds extra features and functionality that is critical to schools, including:
Education specific privacy controls: can be deployed in a way that allows schools and districts to meet student privacy obligations
- Easier login: Ability to set up single sign-on so students can easily log in with their existing school ID.
- Enhanced controls to keep students safe: schools own the accounts and exercise admin rights over them. Plus, safe search for image and video results that are age-appropriate for K-12 students.
Premium creative assets and student–friendly Adobe Stock images are included — there are no paywalls, ads, or popups.
There’s no Discover tab in Adobe Photoshop Express, so students can stay focused on their work
To get Adobe Express for Education in your classroom, your school administrators and/or IT department should contact Adobe to set up students. Click here for more information.
What are school/district accounts?
A school/district account means that this account was set up directly by your school or district IT administrators. Your educational institution is taking full advantage of the full version of Adobe Express and it's been deployed throughout your school.
What are classroom accounts?
Classroom accounts are a type of account that teachers can create and invite students to join. After receiving an invitation, students can create their own classroom account to collaborate with classmates and friends on projects. Classroom accounts for Adobe Express are only available to education users, specifically teachers and students in educational institutions.
Note: This feature is only offered to verified teachers in the United States at this time.
How do I log in to Adobe Express for Education?
There are two types of accounts you can log into: a school/district account provided by your school's administrators or a classroom account provided by your United States verified teacher.
To get started with a school/district account, please follow the following steps:
If you are in the United States and your teacher sent you a class code, please follow the following steps to join a classroom:
Adobe and student data privacy
School/district accounts and classroom accounts in Adobe Express are made with student data privacy protections in mind. Classroom accounts offer safe search functionality in photo searches, teacher verification, and extra administrative controls to protect the schools’ and students’ personal information.
For the latest updates on Adobe’s student privacy policies, please visit the Adobe Student Privacy page.
My classroom account was disabled - what happened?
Classroom accounts for Adobe Express are only available to education users, specifically teachers, and students in educational institutions. Teachers are able to set up classroom accounts for themselves, set up a classroom and invite their students to join it using a class code. However, school or district administrators, using the Adobe Admin Console, can disable this feature.
If you have been notified that your classroom account was disabled, then your administrator has turned off classroom accounts for your school or district. You must speak with your administrator about how they would prefer you use Adobe Spark with your classroom.