Educational Book Publishers
First and foremost, Avocus values that it is recognized as a publishing house serving educators. To extend that reach, Avocus expects our readers to become our future authors and editors. Please accept the challenge.
In November 2014 the lists of Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Company were acquired by Hackett Publishing Company, a small independent publisher with offices in Indianapolis and Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Our initial titles are personal memoirs and works of local historical interest, but we are expanding into targeted professional genres such as workplace learning.
Key Curriculum press was acquired by McGraw-Hill Education in August 2012.
Leading brands include Standard & Poor's, McGraw-Hill Education, Platts energy information services and J.D. Power and Associates.
It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research,
scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.
Perfection Learning is also one of the leading providers of trade books to classrooms across the country and delivers an unsurpassed selection of novels, nonfiction books, classroom collections, and literature-based teaching support.
Many of Ransom’s books are specifically written and designed for struggling and reluctant readers, but we also recognise the growing need for books aimed at young emergent readers.
We are proud to be the first publisher to produce easily accessible, high-interest books which have a very low reading level and are genuinely suitable for older teenagers and adults. Our first series of books in this range, Dark Man, won the Educational Resources Book Award in 2006.
Over the last 45 years, the company has earned a solid reputation for publishing practical and effective educational and mental health resources.
Specializing in circulating reference material aimed at school and public libraries, Rosen titles are the gold standard in guidance, social studies, history, science, and mathematics, as well as general high interest topics for children and young adults.
Saint Mary’s Press is a contemporary expression of the Catholic Church’s mission to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ and the Lasallian mission to provide a human and Christian education for young people, including those who are economically deprived.
Our mission is to make learning and teaching English and Spanish an experience that is motivating, enriching, and effective for both teachers and students. In a collaborative effort with authors, editors, teachers, and students, we create instructional materials that meet needs of modern-day students throughout the United States.