Distance learning solutions to help educators adapt in ressponse to COVID-19

Amazon Business for Distance Learning

Empowering educators to innovate and adapt during COVID-19.

Solutions and supplies to help educators be ready for school

Working with our customers and national education associations, we identified products and solutions to support distance learning programs and empower educators in preparation for the school year.  



  • Fast-tracked fund allocation

    Use Budget Management functionality to quickly allocate relief funds you've received to schools and teachers. Manage spend against budgets with features such as pre-purchase approvals, spend limits and detailed reporting.

  • Essential education supplies

    Educators can find distance learning items including books, electronic devices, instructional materials and shelf-stable foods — all in stock and able to be delivered quickly. 

  • Flexible, multi-location shipping

    To help schools nationwide, account administrators can ship to multiple locations to get resources to students as fast as possible.

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Tell us about your role so we can surface the right solutions.

"The majority of San Diego Unified School District's 102K students come from vulnerable families. Through this challenging time, we’ve found a partner in Amazon Business to help us provide teachers and students access to hundreds of supplies quickly, so we can focus on delivering quality distance learning and serving our community."

— Andrea O’Hara, Director of Strategic Sourcing and Contracts, San Diego Unified School District

Go ready for school with essential education supplies

Amazon Business would like to the thank the following organizations and partners for their insight, feedback, and support of the Distance Learning Hub to meet the needs of educators and students.


AASA, The School Superintendents Association


Association of School Business Officials International


National Association of Secondary School Principals


National Center for Learning Disabilities


National School Boards Association