Teacher Out-of-Pocket Subscription

The Teacher Out-of-Pocket subscription is designed for teachers who cannot get the financial support of their school to purchase NextLesson. We understand that schools and districts do not always have the budget to pay for supplemental resources like NextLesson, and wanted to offer an option that would be affordable for teachers who were taking on the expense themselves. Therefore, this license is not available for purchase with school, PTO, or district funds, but is a severely discounted "Out-of-Pocket" subscription for teachers who are paying with their own money.

The Out-of-Pocket pricing is designed to be affordable at the $10/month rate, but does require a one-year commitment (totaling $120, which is a significantly discounted cost of use).

Questions & Answers

Q: What do I get when I purchase the Out-of-Pocket Subscription?

A: Out-of-Pocket subscribers get access to all resources and tools on with no limitations.

Q: Can I cancel my Out-of-Pocket Subscription?

A: The Out-of-Pocket Subscription costs $120 for 1 complete year of access. To make this affordable for teachers paying out of pocket, NextLesson collects this cost at $10 per month over the course of 12 months. You can cancel the renewal of your subscription at any time, however your access and payments will continue until you have completed the full year’s subscription.

Q: I canceled my subscription, but it does not take effect immediately - why?

A: The Out-of-Pocket subscription is a 12-month subscription that costs $120. We automatically enroll users in a $10/month payment plan to make this “Out-of-Pocket” cost more affordable. When a user cancels his or her subscription with outstanding payments, access and charges will continue until the $120 is paid in full.

Q: Can I pay the annual price for my Out-of-Pocket subscription up front?

A: Right now, the Out-of-Pocket subscription is only available at $10/month for 12 months.



Need more support or have additional questions about Teacher Out-of-Pocket subscription? Contact us at

Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful
Have more questions? Submit a request


Article is closed for comments.