We partner with institutions of higher education as well as publishers and providers of K12 and higher education materials to create customized, high-quality educational content.

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Multiple choice, short answer, extended response, technology enhanced, performance based, and more

eLearning Development

Our experienced content department has the capability to design and develop engaging eLearning.


Mapping, correlations, learning objectives, scope and sequence, and curriculum design and development

Instructional Design

We work with you to develop content that effectively moves your students through the learning process.  

Subject Matter Experts

Our experts have both practical and theoretical knowledge in every subject from accounting to zoology.


World Languages & Translation

Our translation team has the experience and expertise to recognize even the subtlest nuances of your chosen language.

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We partner with publishers, school districts, and institutions of higher education to provide customized educational content development and efficient project management.

What Our Clients Are Saying

“Everything looks great! …Thanks to all of you for your hard work, patience and expertise.  I truly enjoyed the opportunity to work with you all to develop this stellar product. I am excited to know that the MCESC already has the first customer in line.  I am hopeful that our paths cross in the future.”

Sandi Preiss

Coordinator of Dayton Regional STEM Center, Montgomery County, OH

“The work quality was great…and did display a solid understanding of what we were aiming to achieve even without having experienced a slice of the end user experience. [Our contact at A Pass] was terrific. He was exceptionally responsive and asked all the right questions. On top of that, he did not hesitate to make recommendations where he thought that necessary. It felt like having a great partner instead of us just being a client.”

Kate Gallo Reilly

Sr. Product Developer, E-Line Media/Historia

“…[A Pass] met and exceeded my expectations after we discussed what I hoped for and the goals I was interested in achieving. I wished to differentiate my book and the lessons it offered for students from other Holocaust education literature I found as it related to displaced persons and I wished for it to become meaningful and relevant in today’s world…”

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Author, Adventurers Against their Will

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Supporting Academic Integrity Online: 7 Methods That College Leaders Can Promote

In the shift to remote learning, colleges ramped up online proctoring systems. Yet, these systems are expensive. Moreover, using a machine to detect cheating may not be the way to go. Students are finding ways to trick the system. Stepping up enforcement works. A long-term enforcement strategy will mitigate future methods of cheating by students that have yet to invent. Short-term enforcement lets honest students know that they are doing the right thing.

Cultural Sensitivity for Translations: What Points Should Publishers Understand?

Likewise, translation is more than just words. Images and visuals are part of the bigger translation work. Logos, graphics, illustrations, and pictures on products need to be culturally appropriate. No one is going to buy products that offend them. Still, examples abound of best-selling products flopping in a new market due to cultural illiteracy. International brands have learned their lessons after putting the incorrect image or translation on a product that offended consumers. Savvy publishers can learn from these gaffes.

Emergency Remote Learning (ERL): 9 Fundamentals Colleges Should Follow

In addition, leaders who focus on communication help drive results. Also, leaders can partner with IT, creating faculty webinars on how to use the emergency remote teaching tools. Still, what gets measured gets done. Updates on goal progress keep faculty in the loop. Also, Q and A sessions with IT and faculty can help build relationships and sharpen skills. Still, this moment is an important time for faculty and IT to revisit testing in ERL situations.

Inclusive Leadership: 6 Characteristics Deans Can Promote at Their Schools

Likewise, a dean’s leadership circle reaches into the communities inside and outside their school. Inclusive leaders build across real and imagined boundaries. Their responsibilities include reconciling the interests of many. Besides that, a dean will understand a range of people, groups, and communities. Schools that reach into the neighborhoods do more than fill a college pipeline. Deans get to co-lead with residents and businesses to support the community. Programs that serve underserved communities create opportunities for everyone.

Accessible Education for K-12: 5 Points Publishers Should Understand

Therefore, accessible content can be easily accessed and manipulated by students. K-12 readers with or without disabilities can experience the same content. Likewise, publishers can meet readers’ needs. Familiar examples include large print texts and braille. Also, text-to-speech features give many students access to education. Yet, more features are sprouting up. Structurally tagged content and a navigable table of contents are two examples. Alternative text descriptions explain visuals and photos for visually impaired students. Also, font size, style, and color impact readers for accessible education. Content that lets readers select alternate background colors and control line spacing helps support and instill comprehension.

6 Ways Deans Can Promote Access in Education 

First, liberal arts programs help to build equity in education. Vibrant theater performances attract the community. Likewise, partnerships between colleges and community groups offer theater, music, and art camps to diverse populations. These short-term programs portray shared humanity. Besides that, liberal arts camps create access as students are shown as more than test scores. These programs demand students apply in demand workforce skills such as teamwork and critical thinking. Also, these programs are portable recruitment centers.

Bridge the Digital Divide: 7 Methods Publishers Could Implement

Still, digital delivery is easier and cheaper for publishers. Yet, many readers cannot access digital books. Sadly, these readers need books the most. So, a blended approach lets publishers offer options to these readers offline. Physical books of popular titles and backlist classics let publishers supplement them with curriculum tie-ins. Publishers can dive into their backlists to offer families those familiar stories and characters. Beloved characters can serve as online cheerleaders and guides. Also, publishers can prioritize access to highly-anticipated books. Most importantly, online bookstores that work on mobile devices are an effective sales funnel to a physical bookstore filled with quality products.

Digital Credentials: 7 Reasons Why Colleges Need to Offer Them

First, digital credentials let colleges show their courses are up to date. Leaders can break traditional degree programs into micro-credentials. Learners complete micro-credentials to earn a badge. Participants earn a badge to show a single skill, like lab safety. Badges can be combined to create a digital credential, like for a lab technician supervisor program. Thus, they can be used by schools to add the latest research discoveries or new laws to keep the topic up to date. Also, these learning bytes let schools swap outdated content on the fly. Micro courses reassure learners that they are getting the best degree for the workforce.

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A Pass Educational Group, LLC Purchased Victory Productions
A Pass Educational Group, LLC Purchased Victory Productions

Greater Capacity with Complementary Content Development ServicesA Pass Educational Group, LLC (A Pass), a national leader in custom education content development, has acquired Victory Productions, another leading content development house for learning companies and...

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Meet Our Executive Team

Our relationship-centered, client-focused approach to every interaction results in responsive, long-term, positive partnerships.



Co-CEO, Visionary

Andy says the wisest thing he has done as CEO is to hire people smarter than he is to work closest to him. In his free time, he loves to go on cruises with his partner Debbie.



Co-CEO, Integrator

A life-long learner and still a teacher at heart, Lynsey lives and breathes all things education. She also likes to devour books, explore new places, and cook up interesting recipes.



VP of Business Development

Pauline is passionate about improving the world through education, being in nature, hanging with her kids, and making music. When you are ready to partner with us, call Pauline.



VP of Finance & Administration

Sara makes sure our finances are in order. When she isn’t working in spreadsheets, accounting software, and managing cash she is spending time with her three children and husband.



VP of Content Development

Haris has a strong passion for education and learning. He believes that every learner should have access to a high-quality education. He also loves to perform with his choral group and enjoys painting.

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