Our process demonstrates academic integrity, content research, trial testing, and ongoing evaluation to provide the best in Christian educational materials.

1Needs Assessment

Creation based on current scholastic requirements and the needs assessment of Christian education.

2Research

Careful research of educational standards and objectives along with academic trends and standardized testing data evaluated to determine selection and treatment of topics based on their overall fit into the K–12 scope and sequence with respect to sequential progression and age appropriateness.

3Writing & Illustrating

Textbooks, teaching resources, and assessments actually written and edited by master teachers who have successfully taught in the field. Supporting media and illustrations also developed concurrently.

4Ongoing Development

Editorial and research teams assist writers through ongoing development to corroborate, review, and polish content and technical changes for readability, style, and form.

5Initial Printing

Layout and design finalized and approved for initial printing and piloting.

6Pilot

Textbooks and materials are piloted at Pensacola Christian Academy. Continuous feedback from active teaching professionals is provided along the way.

7Revision

Editorial team makes necessary revisions to ensure maximum readability, academic rigor, assessment validity, and student appeal.

8Publication

Final editorial approval and release for publication.

Timely. Thorough. Trustworthy.

Reliable studies for traditional best practices―validated by the consistent success of millions of students over decades―form the basis of Abeka textbooks, curriculums, and other materials. When you teach with Abeka, your teaching is based on biblical principles that address the nature of the learner and learning itself, the nature of truth and authority, and what is truly important to learn and remember.

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