Classroom Packages and Teacher's Guides Policy

A first-time order of 20 student classroom packages (or 10 for graduate school products) is required to purchase classroom packages and for every new edition purchase thereafter. Also, a first-time order of 20 student classroom packages (or 10 for graduate school products) is required to purchase teacher sets. Teacher sets include student textbook, teacher’s guide, and retired tests with explanations. There are no required minimum orders after your first order. If an order is placed that does not follow this policy, Cambridge will have to charge a fee when a refund is given for the credit card amount of the order you have placed.

Order teacher sets to allow one month for teacher preparation. Schedule a conference call with a Cambridge Master Teacher for orientation at least three weeks prior to teaching first class. Schedule an on-site professional development or attend a regional certification seminar to certify your instructors. Call for assistance when scheduling programs and choosing course formats. Indicate total number of teacher sets on your school’s purchase order and on this order form. Multi-year licensing programs must order teacher material for at least 60% of faculty, and student material for all students. Minimum orders apply to certain packages. Discounts are available on bulk assessment report orders. Call a Customer Service Representative at (800) 444-4373 for more details.

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