Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Pearson Canada has adopted the “Nothing About Us Without Us” principle by working with Indigenous reviewers, content contributors, editors, and authors. This will ensure the accurate and respectful representation of Indigenous Peoples, histories, cultures, and perspectives. Pearson is also working with Indigenous academics, professionals, and members of Inuit, Métis, and First Nation communities, to increase Indigenous content across all publishing products. Pearson is committed to having more learners feel inspired by the stories and examples featured in its products. We acknowledge our responsibility of responding to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action and the importance of developing and implementing a national corporate-wide action plan guided and supported by Indigenous advisors.

Truth and Reconciliation

Click here for more information regarding Pearson's response to Truth & Reconciliation.

Bias Portal

Pearson is committed to affirming diverse identities in the classroom and beyond. While we work hard to minimize bias with our content and services, we want to hear from students, educators, and other customers so that we can investigate and address instances where we may fall short of our commitment. Contact us here with concerns about any potential bias.

If you would like to reach out to a Pearson rep regarding any of our resources or for more information about our editorial process, click here to submit a request.