In keeping with our commitment to efficacy, we have identified the outcomes that matter most to students and educators, and apply an evidence-based approach to product design and development. In April 2018 we published our first set of efficacy reports that have been audited by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. Together, the products covered in these reports affect the lives of 18 million learners — we are proud to be the only learning company committed to efficacy with such rigor and at such a scale. To Pearson, efficacy is more than a reporting commitment, or a way to improve our products. Applying an outcomes-focused, evidence-based foundation to our products is a part of that commitment — at the heart of who we are and what we do — and is our vision for the future of learning.