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Brookes is the premier publisher of practical, research-based resources that support children’s healthy development and boost the learning and success of all people, with and without disabilities. Known for effective, evidence-based strategies, assessments, and curricula, we help the full range of education professionals—including teachers, principals, SLPs, paraprofessionals, and school psychologists—address the individual needs of every learner in Grades K-12. We partner with pioneers and fresh voices in inclusion, literacy, UDL, autism, behavior, social-emotional learning, and more to bring you the tools you need to help students achieve academic success and work toward a bright future.
We know 2020 was an exhausting year, filled with professional and personal challenges unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. As we look ahead with hope, we want to thank you for the tremendous efforts you’re making to support your students’ learning. We can’t make the challenges of the COVID-19 era vanish, but we’re here to help you by connecting you with practical, evidence-based books, assessments, and curricula that support better outcomes for all.
Brookes is the premier publisher of practical, research-based resources that support children’s healthy development and boost the learning and success of all people, with and without disabilities. We invite you to browse our virtual bookstore, which includes key resources to help all students reach their full potential.
For quick and easy professional development in the comfort of your own home or office, turn to our ongoing series of free video chats with Brookes authors. Check out our archived chats with presentations from pioneers and fresh voices on topics related to inclusion, literacy, UDL, autism, behavior, social-emotional learning, and more. These brief, informal chats are a great chance to get tips and guidance from the experts on the topics you care about the most.
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