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Company History

1990 Corwin is established as a division of SAGE by CEO David McCune, with Gracia Alkema as its founding president
1991 First Corwin book published: Decentralization: The Administrator Guidebook to School District Change by Daniel J. Brown
2000 Over 500 books in print and more than 1 million books sold
2005 Corwin produces its first multimedia kit, The Parallel Curriculum by Carol Ann Tomlinson et al.
2009 Corwin titles are available as eBooks on Amazon Kindle
2012

Corwin launches its first eCourses

Corwin launches the Read2Earn program with California Lutheran University

Corwin hosts its first two national institutes: the Cultural Proficiency Institute and the Common Core Institute

Corwin eLibraries, a platform featuring custom and topical collections of Corwin eBooks, is launched

2013

Corwin launches author consulting program

Corwin becomes the exclusive provider of Visible Learningplus in North America

The first book in the Corwin Literacy line is published

2015 Corwin establishes the Corwin Australia office in Melbourne