This list contains a notation for every homeschool-related entity I have researched. Company and/or product names are shown according to the standard process for alphabetizing (i.e., if a title starts with A or The, the article is excluded for alphabetizing purposes, and names of individual people are listed by Last Name, First Name).
I strongly recommend carefully reading all notes when considering any of the products. But to summarize my definitions for clarity here:
Independent (IND) = These companies have not changed anything in regards to the CCS/NGSS/C3 and intend to remain independent of the initiative. They may or may not know of ways in which their materials happen to somehow match some aspects of the CCS/NGSS/C3, but any such connections are purely circumstantial and the providers do not endorse/promote the initiative.
Correlated (COR) = Each of these companies is correlated to - which is different than explicit alignment with - the CCS/NGSS/C3. Correlated providers did not make content changes in order to become "aligned" and, in many cases, have indicated concerns with the initiative. However, they do note (usually on their websites) where/how their materials - as written - correlate with aspects of the CCS/NGSS/C3. In other words, they promote where/how they match the CCS/NGSS/C3, but have not actually changed their content to align.
Ancillary Connections (ANC) = Each of these companies has an ancillary connection to the CCS/NGSS/C3. In most cases, the publishers have indicated a preference for maintaining educational independence from the CCS/NGSS/C3 initiative. However, their resources - usually "package programs" - do incorporate some books from explicitly aligned publishers and/or links to explicitly aligned material from other sources. Thus, a child using a resource with an ancillary connection as designed (i.e., without purposeful substitutions made by a parent) will be exposed to some CCS/NGSS/C3 content.
Explicitly Aligned (EXP) = These companies have indicated that they have chosen to explicitly align their materials with the CCS/NGSS/C3. Some have made relatively small changes, and others have completely overhauled their products - or were even initially created based on the initiative. However, in all cases, conscious content changes were made to accommodate the CCS/NGSS/C3.
Other Responses (OTH) = Each of these companies either needs more time to formulate an official response, has indicated that it will only share its position with individual parents, is not interested in sharing its view at all, or did not respond after many attempts to elicit a reply. Check the list itself for details about each entity.
Awaiting a Response (WAIT) = Each of these companies has been queried, but has not yet sent a reply.
Suppliers/Distributors (SUP) = Unless otherwise noted, these companies do not publish any of their own materials or actually produce curriculum and educational products. Instead, they merely sell resources from a wide variety of other outlets, serving as suppliers/distributors. As such, they have not been queried in regard to the CCS/NGSS/C3. And to my knowledge, they all sell a wide variety of materials – whether independent, correlated, ancillarily connected, or explicitly aligned – without regard to any resource's CCS/NGSS/C3 status.
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|H & H Publishing||IND|
|H.I.P. Pocket Change||EXP||H.I.P. Pocket Change links to CCS-aligned lesson plans.|
(Historical Scene Investigation)
H.S.I. doesn't “have any immediate plans to make any...changes or connections [in regards to CCS/NGSS/C3]. [It is] searching for funding to support a thorough review and updating of the site,” perhaps to include CCS/NGSS/C3, but [as of Spring 2017, it is] in a bit of a holding pattern.
|Hake Publishing||COR||Hake advertises how its program correlates with the CCS.|
|Hakim, Joy||COR||Joy Hakim is wary of national standardization, and she resigned from a similarly named entity because she didn’t want to be incorrectly associated with the CCS. But on her website, she advertises that her history materials are “[c]ited” and “recommended” by the CCS “as an exemplary text,” thus promoting correlations between her resources and the CCS.|
|Hal Leonard||IND||Hal Leonard materials are currently aligned to pre-CCS music standards, but the company is considering whether or not to align to new CCS standards for the arts.|
|Half Price Books||SUP|
|Hamilton Troll Books||IND|
|Hands of a Child||IND|
|Hands On Equations||EXP||At this point, Hands On Equations has only explicitly altered the content of its full-day workshops, not its actual materials. However, it has aligned those workshops to the CCS and is willing to align other materials in the future if it believes such changes will "provide the strongest possible program" for students.|
|Hands On Essays||IND|
|Hands on Homeschooling||IND|
|Hands-On English with Linking Blocks||COR||Linking Blocks is “not planning to alter any of [its] existing materials.” But as it is “developing new product lines, [it is] mindful of the [CCS]...and it has “taken...steps to be able to show which standards align with [its] curriculum in [its] current materials and those [it is] developing.”|
|Handwriting Problem Solutions||IND|
|Handwriting without Tears (Learning without Tears)||COR||Handwriting without Tears advertises its correlation with the CCS.|
|Hape International Inc.||WAIT|
|Happy Scientist, The||EXP||The Happy Scientist advertises its alignment with the NGSS.|
(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
|EXP||Harcourt is a subsidiary of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.|
|Hardcore History (Dan Carlin)||IND|
|Hardie Grant Egmont||OTH||
Hardie Grant Egmont was contacted multiple times - at least seven over the course of several months – and did not respond to any query. I cannot speculate as to why it has chosen not to reply, and I have no discernible way of knowing its position on the CCS/NGSS .
|Harding, Matthew Christian
(Zoe & Sozo Publishing)
|Harlan Institute, The||COR||The Harlan Institute's lesson plans “were not designed to be aligned with common core, but they are compatible.”|
|Harmonic Vision||COR||Harmonic Vision will correlate its material to the CCS by Fall 2015. After that, it will consider writing new material aligned to the initiative.|
Harmonica Academy was contacted multiple times over the course of several months and did not respond to any query. I cannot speculate as to why it has chosen not to reply, and I have no discernible way of knowing its position on the CCS/NGSS/C3.
|Harmony Fine Arts at Home||OTH||Harmony Fine Arts at Home was contacted multiple times - at least seven over the course of several months – and did not respond to any query. I cannot speculate as to why it has chosen not to reply, and I have no discernible way of knowing its position on the CCS/NGSS .|
|Harp Lessons with Darlene||IND|
|HarperCollins Children's||COR||HarperCollins Children's advertises its correlations to the CCS.|
|Harvest House Publishers||IND|
|Harvest Time Partners||IND|
|Harvey Center, The||IND|
(Mott Media Publishing)
|Have Fun Teaching||EXP||Have Fun Teaching advertises its alignment with the CCS.|
|Have Fun with History||IND|
Hawkes Learning does “not have immediate plans to alter [its] materials to align with Common Core Standards in the future. [It does] have a mapping [to CCS] of [its] course offerings to materials for those interested.”
|In addition to serving as a supplier/distributor, Hayes (Flipside) has also created its own product lines, which are listed separately in the Subject Area Project.|
Haywire Group advertises its correlation to the CCS via links on its For Educators page.
|Hazardous Tales (Nathan Hale)||IND|
|Head First Labs||IND|
|Head for Home
(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
|IND||Though a majority of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt product lines are aligned with the CCS, its Head for Home resources remain independent of the initiative.|
|Head Start||EXP||Head Start advertises its alignment with the CCS.|
|Headstrong Learning Center||IND||Among other resources, Headstrong Learning Center uses materials from PhonoGraphix, which has correlated – not aligned (changed for) – its resources to the CCS.|
|Headventure Land||IND||The publisher of Headventure Land reports that the “CCS does get mentioned in Writing and Rhetoric but simply as a reference - not in any way to support or use it to advertise.”|
|Health World||COR||Health World shows correlations to the CCS and NGSS on its lesson plans.|
|Healthy Little Cooks||WAIT|
|Heart of Dakota||IND||Plans written by Heart of Dakota (HOD) are independent of the CCS, and HOD does not include any resources that contain content written for the CCS.
However, HOD does recommend Singapore Math, which no longer has any versions that remian wholly independent of the CCS. HOD does use Singapore's correlated versions rather than the explicitly aligned ones, and in its guides for Ages 8-10, 9-11, 10-12, 11-13, and 12-14, it does suggest that alternative math programs may be used. But for Ages 5-7, 6-8, and 7-9, Singapore lessons from correlated versions are exclusively built into HOD's regular lesson plans; thus, while using those guides as written does not expose a child to explicitly aligned CCS math content, it does incorporate the use of resources from a company that endorses the CCS.
The HOD guides for high school again provide non-CCS math suggestions. But another connection to the CCS is the use of one Usborne book; however, it’s included in an optional book packet so it’s not actually required to complete the course. Also of note: the first high school package uses a BJU literature book and other packages incorporate Dave Ramsey's Foundations in Personal Finance and Purposeful Design's health book, all of which are correlated to the CCS. Correlated materials are not “explicitly aligned” so they do not contain CCS content, but companies that have chosen to correlate do support the CCS.
|Heart of Wisdom||IND|
|Heart4Teaching (Sue Hegg)||IND|
|Hearts at Home||SUP|
|Heidi Songs||EXP||Heidi Songs “products were developed to specifically target and exceed [the common core] standards.”|
|Heifer International||EXP||Heifer International advertises that "each [of its Read to Feed units] is multidisciplinary and aligned with Common Core standards for English Language Arts and Math, Next Generation Science, C3 Standards for Social Studies.”|
|Heinemann Raintree (Capstone)||EXP||Heinemann Raintree is an imprint of Capstone, which advertises its alignment with the CCS.|
|Heirloom Audio Productions||IND|
|HelloKids has not purposed to align or correlate any activities with the CCS. But it has “partnerships and licensing agreements with many brands” and could not give me the complete list of affiliates. Therefore, it's possible that some of the site's partners have CCS-aligned content.|
|Help Teaching||EXP||Help Teaching advertises its alignment with the CCS.|
|Help with Math (MathXpert)||IND|
|Henle Latin Online||IND|
|Heppner's Legacy Homeschool Resource||SUP|
|Here to Help Learning||IND|
|Hero Factor Games||IND|
|Hewitt Homeschooling||IND||Materials written by Hewitt Homeschooling itself remain wholly independent of the CCS. The company does recommend some resources from other companies that are now aligned with the CCS (i.e., Gryphon House, Rosetta Stone, Scott Foresman), but its recommendations are limited to pre-2010 (i.e., pre-CCS) versions, and/or non-CCS options are also suggested. It also suggests some resources (i.e., BJU Press, Joy Hakim, Purposeful Design, Wee Sing) that are correlated to the CCS, but in most cases its recommendations are pre-2010, and/or non-CCS options are also suggested. For one course – Grade 11 US History – the only suggested option is to use a correlated (though not explicitly aligned) resource (i.e., a 2012 BJU Press publication). However, its course recommendations are not mandates, particular courses may be avoided altogether at a parent's discretion, and consultation with parents is a major component of Hewitt's secondary program, so it's probable that Hewitt would work with concerned parents to find a suitable non-CCS alternative.|
|Hexco Academic||IND||Hexco Academic materials were written to help students prepare for the National Spelling Bee; the National Geographic Bee; the History Bee; the South Asian Bee; competitions of the North-South Foundation; and competitions of the University Interscholastic League (UIL), the Private School Interscholastic Association (PSIA), and the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS), all in Texas. If any of those competitions choose to align with the CCS, Hexco materials may adjust accordingly, but the current materials are not aligned or correlated.|
|Hickory Grove Press||IND||Resources written and published directly by Hickory Grove Press are independent of the CCS. However, the company also sells products from other publishers, some of which are correlated to (i.e., Free Spirit Publishing) or aligned with (i.e., Pieces of Learning, Workman Publishing) the CCS.|
|Highbrow||ANC||Some Highbrow content providers are correlated to the CCS (i.e., Grammaropolis, The OrganWise Guys), and some (i.e., Steve Spangler) are explicitly aligned. We are in the process of checking with all the content providers.|
|Higher Rock Education||IND|
|Higher Scores Test Prep||ANC||Given the nature of Higher Scores Test Prep, its “curriculum must reflect the new standardized exams that will be released in 2015 (ACT) and 2016 (SAT). To that end, they will be a reflection of Common Core inasmuch as the new tests are a reflection of that curriculum.”|
(Boyd Mills Press)
|COR||Highlights Magazines advertises its correlations to the CCS.|
|Hillsdale Academy Reference Guide||IND||The Hillsdale Academy Reference Guide actually lists materials from quite a few companies that have chosen since 2010 to align or correlate with the CCS (i.e., SRA, Delta, Evan-Moor, Zaner Bloser, Prentice Hall, etc.). However, the guide requires specific editions of each resource, all of which pre-date the CCS by several years (i.e., from the 1990s and early 2000s). If one uses the exact editions listed in the guide, there will be no connection to the CCS; however, if one would substitute current editions (i.e., 2010 or later), many resources would be either correlated or aligned to the CCS.|
|Hip Hughes History||COR||The producer of Hip Hughes History says that its “videos are...quite useful when using [the CCS].”|
|Hippie Hobby, The||OTH||
The Hippie Hobby has stated that it is not interested in sharing its position, either with me or with other individual parents.
|HippoCampus||COR||HippoCampus is a “free, open educational resource company that publishes high quality multimedia content in academic subjects from a number of sources - PhET, Khan Academy, NOAA, [its] own NROC content that [it] develop[s], plus the Art of Problem Solving, Dallas County Community College District, and SIATech.” It does not seek to purposely align its own materials (i.e., NROC), but does not know whether or not content from other providers is aligned. In terms of those outside providers, I am aware that Khan Academy, for one, is explicitly aligned, that NOAA is correlated, and the Art of Problem Solving is not aligned. However, HippoCampus does purpose to show correlations to the CCS and other standards for all of the resources on its site.|
|History and Geography of the Bible Story||IND|
|History at Our House||IND|
|History of US, A||COR||Joy Hakim is wary of national standardization, and she resigned from a similarly named entity because she didn’t want to be incorrectly associated with the CCS. But on her website, she advertises that her history materials are “[c]ited” and “recommended” by the CCS “as an exemplary text,” thus promoting correlations between her resources and the CCS.|
|HistoryAnimated||IND||HistoryAnimated has no immediate plans to align or correlate with the CCS, but it may consider doing so in the future.|
(Online Piano Lessons)
(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
|EXP||Holt McDougal is a subsidiary of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.|
|Holt, Rinehart and Winston
(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
|EXP||Holt, Rinehart and Winston is a subsidiary of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.|
|Holy Cow Science||IND|
|Home Art Studio||IND|
|Home Education Resources||IND
Materials written by the owner of Home Education Resources herself are not aligned. However, HER does link to activities written by many other companies, at quite a few of which are either correlated to or explicitly aligned with the CCS (i.e., ABCya.com, Math-Aids.com, National Geographic, Scholastic, SoftSchools, Turtle Diary, etc.).
|Home Educational Resources||SUP|
|Home Educator's Resource||SUP|
|Home Grown Programmers||IND|
|Home Learning Institute||EXP||The Home Learning Institute advertises that its courses “support Common Core” and that they “are the same courses offered in public school.” Additionally, some of its courses are contracted through Fuel Education, which is explicity aligned with the CCS.|
|Home Learning Year by Year||IND||Though the CCS did not exist when Home Learning Year by Year was first published, and the book's most recent edition came out in 2000, some of the providers mentioned in the book may have since chosen to align. Thus, readers seeking non-aligned resources should check out the CCS position of the entities discussed in the book.|
|Home Life Skills (Regina Hogsten)||IND|
|ANC||Home Preschool Program advertises its alignment with NAEYC and Head Start – which are correlated to and aligned with the CCS, respectively. It also “partners” with Mother Goose Time, which is also explicitly aligned with the CCS.|
|Home School Astronomy||IND|
|Home Science Tools||SUP|
|Home Spelling Words||IND||Home Spelling Words may choose to advertise that it can be used with the CCS, but it has not decided whether or not to do so at this time.|
|Homegrown Preschooler, The||IND|
|Homer (Southwestern Advantage)||EXP||Homer was “built on the Common Core.”|
|Homescholar Books||SUP||In addition to serving as a supplier/distributor, Homescholar Books has also created its own curriculum product, Literary Lessons from the Lord of the Rings, which is listed separately in the database.|
|HomeScholar, The (Lee Binz)||IND
|The HomeScholar's publications are independent of the CCS. However, Lee Binz regularly promotes other resources, some of which are aligned with or correlated to the CCS.|
|Homeschool Adventure Company||IND|
|Home School Books for Less||SUP|
|Homeschool Buyers Co-Op||SUP|
|Homeschool College USA||ANC||HC USA relies heavily on Saylor, which is explicitly aligned with the CCS, and uses a number of other aligned resources as well.|
|Homeschool Connection, The||IND||The Homeschool Connection provides some tutoring for public and private school students. However, it does not incorporate the CCS into programming for its homeschool students.|
|Homeschool Connections offers AP courses, which are not directly covered by the CCS because they are the equivalent of freshmen-level college courses. However, it's worth noting that all AP courses must be approved by the College Board and that the College Board is in the process of changing AP courses and tests “reconcile” AP with the CCS. In order to maintain College Board approval, Homeschool Connections may have to make related changes as well.|
|Homeschool Creations||IND||Homeschool Connections offers AP courses, which are not directly covered by the CCS because they are the equivalent of freshmen-level college courses. However, it's worth noting that all AP courses must be approved by the College Board and that the College Board is in the process of changing AP courses and tests “reconcile” AP with the CCS. In order to maintain College Board approval, Homeschool Connections may have to make related changes as well.|
In addition to its own printables, Homeschool Den lists and advertises resources from other companies which may or may not have connections to the CCS. Users should check the status of those companies separately.
Homeschool Entrepreneur was contacted multiple times over the course of several months and did not respond to any query. I cannot speculate as to why it has chosen not to reply, and I have no discernible way of knowing its position on the CCS/NGSS/C3.
|Homeschool Freebie of the Day (Erskine Family)||IND|
|Homeschool Helper Online||OTH||
Homeschool Helper Online was contacted multiple times - at least seven over the course of several months – and did not respond to any query. I cannot speculate as to why it has chosen not to reply, and I have no discernible way of knowing its positions on the CCS/NGSS.
|Homeschool in the Woods||IND|
|Homeschool Inspired Spanish||IND|
|Homeschool Learning Network (HLN)||EXP||HLN has correlated all of its material with the CCS and has also added content where necessary to all areas except math in order to explicitly align with the CCS. For math, it contracts with an another vendor to provide supplements to its main curriculum so the math can also be aligned.|
|Homeschool Librarian utilizes Lexile measures in its reading level search function, and Lexile is aligned to the CCS. In addition, it makes note of books that are used as CCS exemplars.|
|Homeschool Math Crusade
(Triad Math, Inc.)
|Homeschool Movie Club||OTH||
Homeschool Movie Club was contacted multiple times - at least seven over the course of several months – and did not respond to any query. I cannot speculate as to why it has chosen not to reply, and I have no discernible way of knowing its position on the CCS/NGSS.
|HomeSchool Piano||IND||HomeSchool Piano follows the National Standards of Music Education standards, not the CCS.|
|Homeschool Radio Shows
|Homeschool Science Press||IND|
|Homeschool Scientist, The||IND||
In addition to its own resources, The Homeschool Scientist lists and advertises resources from other companies which may or may not have connections to the CCS. Users should check the status of those companies separately.
|Homeschool Shop, The
|Homeschool Spanish Academy||IND|
|Homeschool Spanish Curriculum||EXP||Homeschool Spanish Curriculum “meets [the] ACTFL language standards,” and ACTFL has chosen to incorporate the CCS for English language arts into its foreign language instruction practices.|
|Homeschool with MineCraft||IND|
|ANC||homeschool-teachers.com offers only AP courses, which are not directly covered by the CCS because they are the equivalent of freshmen-level college courses. However, it's worth noting that all AP courses must be approved by the College Board and that the College Board is in the process of changing AP courses and tests “reconcile” AP with the CCS. In order to maintain College Board approval, homeschool-teachers.com will have to make related changes as well.|
|Homeschooled Kids Online||IND|
|HomeschoolLiterature.com||SUP||HomeschoolLiterature.com provides reviews of books with homeschooled characters and/or homeschooling themes, as well as books written by homeschoolers.|
|Homeschoolmath.net is a subsidiary of Math Mammoth, which has both independent and explicitly aligned books. Content written by the Homeschoolmath.net creator does not contain any CCS content. However, the site also lists and links to resources from other companies which may or may not have connections to the CCS. Users should check the status of those companies separately.|
(Triad Math, Inc.)
Homeworkhelp.com was contacted multiple times - at least seven over the course of several months – and did not respond to any query. I cannot speculate as to why it has chosen not to reply, and I have no discernible way of knowing its position on the CCS/NGSS.
|Honey for a Child's Heart||IND||Honey for a Child's Heart was most recently updated in 2002, and Mrs. Hunt passed away in 2010. Though published by Zondervan, which is correlating some of its materials to the CCS, this title has not been altered since 2002.|
|Honey for a Teen's Heart||IND||Honey for a Teen's Heart was most recently updated in 2002, and Mrs. Hunt passed away in 2010. Though published by Zondervan, which is correlating some of its materials to the CCS, this title has not been altered since 2002.|
|Honey Tree Books||SUP|
|Honour of Kings||IND|
|Hooda Math||COR||Hooda Math does “not create [its] games for the CCSS, [but it does] cover similar topics of Mathematics. [It has also] created a CCSS pdf...”|
|Hooked on Phonics||COR||Hooked on Phonics had its “program evaluated by CCSS experts, who determined that” it “teaches and provides guided practice with the Common Core Foundational Reading skills.” Hooked on Phonics is also “working with [its] experts on a White Paper that outlines exactly which curriculum goals it teaches” and is “working with CCSS experts to [develop] apps to correlate to CCSS.”|
|Hooked on Science
(Beyond the Science Lab)
|COR||Hooked on Science advertises its correlations to the NGSS.|
|HOOT for Kids||IND|
(Alpha Omega Publications)
|IND||Alpha Omega Publications has purposed to avoid using any CCS-related resources when making any revisions to any of its product lines, including Horizons.|
|Horn Book, The||IND||The Horn Book provides lists of recommended children's books and sometimes blogs on education-related topics such as the CCS. But it does not promote the CCS.|
|Hot Peas 'n Butter||EXP||Hot Peas 'n Butter is in the process of updating its study guide to align with the CCS.|
|Hot Wheels Speedometry||COR||Hot Wheels Speedometry advertises that its “hands-on activities and in-depth lesson plans [are] mapped to state and national standards including Common Core State Standards (CCSS), Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).”|
|Houghton Mifflin Harcourt||IND
|Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) advocates for the CCS and advertises its alignment with the standards. Only a few HMH products - the 2009 version of Math in Focus, Avancemos!, Bien dit!, and Head for Home – are independent of the CCS. Other than that, HMH representatives have explained that the rest of its materials (or those of its subsidiaries) published/produced in 2010 or later are aligned.
Note that, though Saxon products are distributed by HMH, we list them separately for clarity's sake.
|House of Anansi||IND
|Along with many literary works that are independent of the CCS, House of Anansi publishes a series of worksheet books that support JUMP Math, which is either correlated or aligned depending on the version used.|
|How Great Thou Art
|How Many Syllables||IND|
|How to Memorize the Periodic Table||IND||How to Memorize the Periodic Table is based in Australia and, thus, has no connection to the CCS/NGSS. And “unless [it begins] to receive queries from [its] customer base that this is important to them, [it] probably won't try to give the appearance of a correlation for the sake of marketing.”|
HowToSingSmarter opted not to provide information to me.
|HowtoSmile.org||COR||HowtoSmile.org doesn't create its own materials; instead, it collects and catalogs science- and math-related resources from a wide variety of sources. It does advertise which of the resources it has collected align with the CCS.|
|HSLDA Online Academy||IND
|Some regular classes offered by HSLDA Online Academy (formerly known as Patrick Henry Preperatory Academy) do not include any aligned books, but others utilize both correlated (i.e., Barron's, BJU, Usborne) and explicitly aligned (i.e., IXL, Longman) resources. Additionally, the academy offers a number of AP courses, and while those are not directly covered by the CCS because they are the equivalent of freshmen-level college courses, it's worth noting that all AP courses must be approved by the College Board and that the College Board is in the process of changing AP courses and tests to “reconcile” AP with the CCS. In order to maintain College Board approval, HSLDA Online Academy AP classes will have to make related changes as well.|
|HSLDA's Curriculum Market||SUP|
|HTMLcurriculum.com (IE Class)||IND|
(Joyful Heart Learning)
|HUE||EXP||HUE is endorsed by Bill Gates' EdSurge website as aligned with the CCS.|
|Human Body Detectives||EXP||Human Body Detectives advertises that both its elementary- and secondary-level curricula are aligned with the CCS.|
|Most Hyperion (Hachette) titles have no connection to the CCS. However, one title - “the newly re-issued paperback version of The Words We Live By: Your Annotated Guide to the Constitution by Linda R. Monk” - is being marketed as a CCS exemplar text.|