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Association of Educational Publishers

Association of Educational Publishers
Abbreviation AEP
Type Non-profit organization
Purpose Education policy and advocacy
Location
  • United States
Region served United States
Official language English
Website .org.aepwebwww
Formerly called Educational Press Association of America

The Association of Educational Publishers (AEP) is a U.S. policy makers, teachers, educational foundations and associations, and the education media. It was originally founded in 1895 as Educational Press Association of America and was primarily a university-based association for most of its history. More information about the history and development of Educational Periodicals, Publishing companies and Educational Press Associations was recorded at the meeting of Experts in the Educational Press in Geneva, 14-18 July 1958.[1]

References

  1. ^ Unesco document

External links

  • Official website
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