Pearson is an international media company with world-leading businesses in education, business information, and consumer publishing. Our businesses fuel the growing demand for effective education and high-quality information in the global knowledge economy.
Pearson People share a common goal: to help others improve their lives through education. – more... We also recognize the opportunity to collectively advance and evolve the digital technology that makes it possible for students of all ages to learn in the classroom or online from anywhere in the world.
At Pearson, we’re committed to a world that’s always learning and to our talented team who makes it all possible. From bringing lectures vividly to life to turning textbooks into laptop lessons, we are always reexamining the way people learn best, whether it’s one child in our own backyard or an education community across the globe.
Pearson People are igniting the world’s next big idea right now … and you can join them. – less
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