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We aim to contribute to excellence in English language teaching worldwide through the publication of quality materials in teacher-friendly formats. We also provide additional educational services relevant to local needs.

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Spending time with Paul Seligson News

Due to the participation of one of our authors, Paul Seligson, in El Salvador’s Congress on May 28th 2014, several additional activities were planned.  During the morning, Seligson had to opportunity to have breakfast with 30 representatives of the English academies and universities segment.  At noon, he had lunch with the VIP clients, where everyone was able to interact with […]

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Congresses in different cities News

The Congress “Autonomous Learning, developing responsible and self-motivated English learners” was successfully celebrated in all of the Northern Central American (CAN) region with over 1,000 English teachers.  The Congress consisted of several lectures and simultaneous  workshops according to the level where the teachers work.  During this activity, Paul Seligson, author of English ID, presented different tools that can be used […]

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A glance at the Northern Central America market News

  On May 30th 2014, Santillana Guatemala welcomed Justyna Piekarowikz from Richmond Mexico, and Deborah Tricker and Susan Sahcroft from Richmond England.  The objective of their visit was to know the characteristics and needs of the market in the region, such as listening to the opinions of the sales representatives in order to line up the offers from the publishing […]

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English Attack News

Santillana Compartir and Richmond –Honduras The workshops on how to use English Attack, an online platform that teaches English, have started in Honduras for all the teachers that are a part of Sistema Compartir.  The session was held in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula on April 6th – 7th 2014 in Santillana’s auditorium, with the purpose of providing teachers with […]

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A new resource News

With the objective of providing teachers, coordinators and principals that work with Richmond a virtual and integrated education, on March 2013 a new project started: Richmond Podcast.  This resource, coordinated by the bilingual specialist Neville Stiles, allows users to download different sessions and interviews with English teaching professionals and therefore obtain valuable information for their institutions.  The first session consisted […]

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