Digital Literacy for Texas

Prepare Texas Students for the Technology-Driven Future

Learning.com is the only curriculum adopted in Texas that meets 100% of the required TA-TEKs. For over 19 years, our solutions have helped Texas educators meet this key state-wide objective.

More than one million students in Texas use our solutions to prepare for success in school, higher education, and the 21st century workplace. Through use of the curriculum, K-8 students will develop critical technology applications skills, demonstrate increased proficiency, and be college and career-ready.


Learning.com is helping our district be future-focused, and helping prepare our students for future success with integrated lessons that provide students with opportunities to connect to the real world.

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CARY PERALES

Director of Instruction Technology
Corpus Christi ISD

Contact your Texas Digital Literacy Specialist

When you adopt Learning.com’s Bundle for Texas, you’ll receive access to a suite of Learning.com products and services:

See the full adoption here.

Inquiry_ProjectInquiry is a 100% TA-TEKS aligned curriculum for grades K-8 that takes a project-based approach to integrating technology into core instruction. Inquiry covers Science, Social Studies, Mathematics, and English-Language Arts.
Keyboarding_FindingKeys_ABCDEasyTech is a 100% TA-TEKS aligned curriculum designed to help students develop foundational  technology skills. EasyTech covers online safety, keyboarding, technology applications, computational thinking and coding.
LCOM_CurriculumPublisherOnePager_Screenshots_March17_CP_Easy to ShareCurriculum Publisher allows your district to build and share customized sequences of instruction using Inquiry and EasyTech.

Texas Data Shows Engagement with Technology Improves Student Skills

A recent study revealed that students who were more engaged with a digital literacy curriculum demonstrated increased proficiency and showed greater gains on a technology skills assessment when compared to those who did not regularly engage with a curriculum.

See Texas Study Results