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The AAP School Division members are the nation's leading developers of instructional materials, technology-based curricula and assessments for America’s next generation of citizens.
As leaders in education, these publishers create instructional solutions that help students, teachers and schools succeed. The Division focuses its work on behalf of members, students, and educators in several key areas: ensuring access to instructional materials, increasing funding for all types of instructional materials, and fostering a fair, competitive and robust market for all education publishers.
Division staff work nationwide with state, local and federal policy leaders on such issues as funding, curriculum, testing and literacy.
The 9/11 attacks on the U.S. and the aftermath are explored in classroom materials produced by AAP School Division members. Learn how landmark events occurring in our lifetime are handled in the classroom.
Association of Educational Publishers, Association of American Publishers to Merge
New preK-12 Division to be CreatedRead More >>
K-12 Educational Publishers Endorse Governor Brown’s Funding Proposal for Common Core Implementation
“The Necessary Tools for Success”Read More >>
AMERICA’S SCHOOL PUBLISHERS SUPPORT THE NATION’S SEC0ND ANNUAL DIGITAL LEARNING DAY, FEBRUARY 6
Publishers Offer Breadth of Digital Content for Students, TeachersRead More >>
PEARSON EXECUTIVE PAUL McFALL HONORED WITH TOP AAP AWARD FOR SERVICE TO THE INDUSTRY
Respected School Publishing Leader to Donate Cash Prize to Student Success Non-ProfitRead More >>
Content in Context 2013
Education 2020 — The Future in Focus
AAP School Division and the Association of Educational Publishers collaborate on the premier event for companies doing business in the K-12 education market.Read More >>
School Division Webinar: 2013 State Outlook
Join us on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013, at 2 p.m. ESTfor this free webinar (AAP members only) and get the inside scoop on key legislative and regulatory issues facing publishers of educational content and materials.Read More >>