At-home learning with IXL

IXL is here to support students, parents, and educators through school closures and beyond. From implementation guides to parent communication strategies, IXL has everything you need to keep students learning from home.

Resources for: Educators | Families

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IXL 101

Share these resources with students to help them get up and running on IXL!

Real-Time Diagnostic

Planning to use the Real-Time Diagnostic with your students? Show them how it works with this guide!

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Implement at-home learning

IXL skill plans

IXL offers skill plans that show you the exact skills that match your textbooks, standards, and assessments.

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Assign skills to students

Easily assign skills to individual students or classes using our Suggested Skills feature!

Assign skills to students

Learn with the IXL app

IXL's mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, Android tablets, Android phones, and Kindle Fire are perfect for at-home learning.

Explore our apps

Need help signing in to your IXL mobile app? Check out this guide

Goal-setting with the IXL SmartScore

Get to know the IXL SmartScore and how you can use it to set meaningful goals for your students.

Understand the IXL SmartScore

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Join the Spring Learning Showdown

Provide a little extra motivation to students! We're expanding our annual contest this year to award even more classrooms for answering questions on IXL.

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Communicate with parents

Share these resources with parents to give them an overview of IXL and show how they can support learning at home.

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eLearning Library

IXL is providing the eLearning Library free to all teachers through June 30 to support you during school closures. This on-demand professional learning resource offers how-tos on every IXL feature.

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Have questions?

We've got answers! Check out our answers to commonly-asked questions about IXL and using IXL for at-home learning at

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