How ConstructEd Works
ConstructEd, a division of Kendall Hunt Publishing, is revolutionizing the way
K-12 school districts adopt curriculum. We have won major adoptions through our expertise as a custom publisher bringing tremendous value to school districts customizing curriculum for their students.
As a leader in customized educational publishing solutions headquartered in
Dubuque, IA, Kendall Hunt Publishing has been privately owned and operated for
over 65 years. ConstructEd was founded out of the need for individual school districts to easily and affordably build the curriculum for their students. We used our ability to custom publish at the college level and brought it to life in the K-12 community.
HOW CONSTRUCTED WORKS
ConstructEd understands that adopting curriculum is not a one-fits-all solution. We offer you the opportunity to create, customize or adopt K-12 materials that are the ultimate fit for your district, school and students’ needs. And in most cases, at a lower cost than a traditional textbook adoption.
Sounds expensive and time consuming doesn’t it? It’s not—we will walk you through the process and do most of the work for you. We provide resources in writing, permissions, design, printing, manufacturing, and distribution to better help you produce the perfect content in the most efficient and cost-effective way.
Find Your Solution
Author your own content—teacher guide, student guide, workbooks and/or digital content. Whatever you envision, ConstructEd can bring it to life. Our team includes an entire group of experts ready to assist you every step of the way.
Take an existing piece of content and make small edits (update cover for your school), swap out content or do a nearly complete rework. Regardless of how big or small—we can make it work and do so within budget.
Review our existing lines of quality Kendall Hunt curriculum in science, math and gifted education to find the program that meets the needs of you and your students.
“Science changes so much—
we didn’t want to invest in one book for 8-10 years when it’s continuously changing. We had the idea to personalize the curriculum. We found a solid base curriculum then pulled from it, personalizing it, so it works for our students and teachers.”
— Sarah Delaney, Science Supervisor,
San Francisco Unified School District