The owner was having health problems, so he ceased operations and sold the Amsco books to a publisher in the Midwest, Perfection Learning. I know they are still publishing and distributing my books, but I'm not sure about others. Perfection Learning is easy to find with a web search.
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Is Amsco still in business? It appears there web site is not functional. How is their common core books?
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I wish I could be there but unfortunately I am not able to do so. I know that Senator Ball wants to her your voice especially where it will be a topic of conversation in Albany. Thanks for your consideration.