If you want to use the Discovery Education streaming content, you'll have to purchase a license. The price will vary based on the type of license. One price factor is the number of users. Clearly, the license for a home schooler is much lower than a site license for a student body of 2,000 students. Another license cost factor is the scope of content you want to access. There is a basic Discovery Education streaming library and the Discovery Education streaming Plus, which has an even larger library. You can also purchase a license that filters the available content by grade level, which can also help you manage the license fee. Lastly, there are a number of add-ons, both in terms of content or tool management, which would cost extra. To help cover the licensing fees, schools might qualify for grants or other funding assistance options.
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