Adobe partners with Ministry of Education to provide schools with Adobe Express-based curriculum and certification
Educators will receive Adobe Creative Educators certification upon completion of training
Adobe has announced a partnership with India’s Ministry of Education with the aim of boosting creative expression in classrooms using Adobe Express.
Adobe Express is an AI-first, all-in-one, quick and easy content creation app with generative AI capabilities, that allows users to create content like posters, animated videos, web pages, PDFs and more.
The partnership was announced at a signing ceremony led by Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, Honourable Minister of Education, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India, during the G-20 Leaders’ Summit in India.
Through Adobe Express-based curriculum, training and certification, the new creativity and digital literacy initiative will impact 20 million students and 500,000 educators across India by 2027, to help foster new collaboration, communication, and creative skills within the classroom.
The initiative will provide K-12 schools across the country with free access to Adobe Express Premium, and professional development of educators.
Curriculum, training and certification based on Adobe Express tools and capabilities will be rolled out to empower students and educators with topics covering creativity, generative AI, design, animation, video and other emerging technologies.
Educators will receive Adobe Creative Educators certification upon completion of training.
The initiative aims to empower students with the tools and resources to develop future-ready skills on creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration, and empower educators with critical skills required to inspire creative classrooms.