Developing Your Educational Products & Programs

We partner with institutions of higher education as well as publishers and providers of K12 materials to develop your educational products and programs.

A Glimpse of Our Services

Assessment Design

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.

Years in Business

Projects Completed

Qualified Contractors

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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…”

Joanie Schirm

Author, Adventurers Against their Will

What Makes Us Different

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Deep expertise with broad capacity

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The 4 Top Considerations When Launching Online College Programs

With the growth of online learning, many colleges are now taking steps to build online programs. Even before the pandemic, face-to-face attendance was decreasing. Meanwhile, the enrollment for online courses indicated a positive gain. Yet again, college enrollment has dropped. Some causes have been students dropping out because of mental stress. High tuition costs create another barrier for students not to enroll in a college program because they fear student loan debt. Higher-ed leaders can review these 4 critical considerations when creating online college programs.

Competency-Based Education (CBE): What Supports Can K-12 Providers Supply?

Publishers can give schools various digital tools that support competency-based education (CBE). But, districts may put off buying a CBE curriculum as they are overwhelmed by product choices. So, publishers can help school districts by making and supporting quality products. Read about the products and supports publishers should prioritize for schools for competency-based education.

Textbooks: The Process and Fight for School District Adoption

Publishers now face new barriers when selling textbooks. The needs of the teachers and students are at risk unless providers can make flexible, adaptable, and scalable resources. Florida’s rejection of math textbooks for SEL and Common Core standards brings providers new challenges. Publishers may face some of these challenges.

College Courses: 5 Elements to Include for First Year Students

Students enter college from different backgrounds and situations. They might be fully college-ready; meanwhile, others need help. Besides that, college students might not know how to effectively study and attend classes. Thus, colleges have created first-year courses to help guide these students. The What Works Intervention Report produced by the Department of Education shows that students who attend first-year courses did better in college. With more online learning, first-year college courses become a valuable tool for retention and college-career guidance. They can be embedded in core courses like biology and offer various components such as socialization and learning support. Higher-ed leaders can include these five elements for these first-year college courses.

6 Steps for Publishers When Building the Curriculum Process

Making a robust curriculum is complex. Without effective processes, learners lack structure and guidance that makes optimal learning. Besides that, schools cannot effectively measure results. Moreover, tomorrow’s curriculum must connect to various types of learning, such as online courses. Content creators can quickly lose focus. Therefore, leaders can utilize the following six steps for the curriculum process.

5 Powerful Methods for Higher-Ed Leaders to Address Mental Health for College Students

Sixty percent of prospective college students say mental health services are very important when deciding the school to attend. Before the pandemic, that same outlook was only shared half that amount by students. With this issue, increasing mental health disorders affect students’ academic achievement. Therefore, colleges and universities need to invest in, advocate for, and address the mental health needs of college students. Addressing mental health helps increase student outcomes, raise enrollment and retention rates, prevent suicide, and meet a school’s mission goals and economic needs. Higher-ed leaders consider the following five strategies to improve mental health for both students and institutions.

K-12 School: How Publishers and Providers Can Address the New Virtual Continuum

The pandemic has opened various pathways for K-12 students to learn. Savvy providers think differently about the digital tools they offer schools. Publishers give districts digital solutions for different scenarios students face. Also, leaders create equity by meeting the student where they are in their learning journey. Publishing leaders can create materials to supply these virtual platforms, giving every student an equal opportunity for K-12 schools.

SEL Curriculum: The 5 Necessary Elements That School District Leaders Expect

K-12 schools are moving more towards incorporating social and emotional learning (SEL) into their curriculum. The curriculum should include particular elements for the lesson plan materials. These elements ensure that students achieve their outcomes and that teachers rely on efficient and effective instructional materials. As a result, district leaders expect the following five elements in an SEL curriculum. K-12 publishers and providers, therefore, should incorporate these elements as they lead their teams to make instructional products:

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Webinar: Deep Dive into the Learner Experience for the Visually Impaired: Let’s Talk Accessibility!
Webinar: Deep Dive into the Learner Experience for the Visually Impaired: Let’s Talk Accessibility!

Online courses serve a wide variety of learners.  Their flexibility to mold to the individual needs of each learner is one of their greatest strengths.  In order to meet these individualized needs, courses must be developed with consideration of various accessibility requirements.  Creating accessible courses is key to being inclusive of all learners.  Join us for an immersive experience as we explore courses and media elements from the perspective of a learner that is visually impaired.

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2022 ASU+GSV Conference Notes by A Pass Education
2022 ASU+GSV Conference Notes by A Pass Education

Many great educational conferences happen each year, and one that happened recently was The 2022 ASU-GSV Summit, from April 4th to April 6th in San Diego, CA. Arizona State University and the Global Silicon Valley co-produce the event, held annually. The summit invites innovators, entrepreneurs, educators, and changemakers from around the country to address challenges like educational technology, climate change, and access. The virtual conference was free to attend, and these two sessions provided great information.

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Meet Our Executive Team

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



Founder and 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.



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.

Nikki Giovanni Huff

Nikki Giovanni Huff

VP of Finance & Administration

Nikki Giovanni is enthusiastic about business and educational innovations. She enjoys crafting, gardening, and outdoor living with her husband (their dog), family, and friends.



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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