The information below pertains only to the Introduction to the Collins Writing Program course. Other offerings are individually priced and do not currently have bulk discounts or enrollments.
Introduction to the Collins Writing Program Pricing Tiers
Choose the pricing model that works best for your school or district. The single user option is great for individuals looking to learn more about The Collins Writing Program.
|Single User||Up to 25 Users||Up to 100 Users||Up to 150 Users||Up to 250 Users||Up to 500 Users||Over 500|
|Access to Course Materials||90 days||Aug. 1 — May 31||Aug. 1 — May 31||Aug. 1 — May 31||Aug. 1 — May 31||Aug. 1 — May 31||Aug. 1 — May 31|
|Act 48 Hours for PA Teachers||6||6||6||6||6||6||6|
|Easy Cohort Enrollment||✔️||✔️||✔️||✔️||✔️||✔️|
Single User: Perfect for those who are looking to implement the Collins Writing Program in a single classroom.
Multiple User Licenses: These pricing tiers offer flexible models that fit buildings and districts of all sizes. Choose the tier that works best for your organization. Purchase in bulk and save!
Need more than 500 users? Contact Dr. Dawn Hayes, [email protected] for options.
How do I purchase the course?
Simply visit our Courses page, choose the license that works best for you, and checkout. You will receive an invoice from Collins Education Associates. It’s that easy!
We can provide pricing for schools and districts that require more than 500 users. Contact Dr. Dawn Hayes, [email protected] for options.
How long can I access the course?
Single users have 90 days from enrollment confirmation to complete the course.
Multi-user licenses offer course access from August 1 through May 31. Course access begins 24 hours after a roster is provided. Regardless of registration date, multi-user license course access will expire at 11:59 EDT May 31.
What is the digital badge?
You earn the digital badge when you complete the course. The badge can be downloaded to use in your email signature. It will expire one year after you complete the course.
Will I earn continuing professional education hours?
Pennsylvania teachers will earn six (6) hours of Act 48 credit, awarded by Central Intermediate Unit 10. In order to earn the Act 48 credit, participants must complete the Act 48 survey and provide their PPID number.
What is Easy Cohort Enrollment?
When you purchase a school or district license, you will receive a spreadsheet that is used to enroll your teachers. Simply provide first and last names and a unique email address for each user. We’ll take care of the rest!