Schools and districts should NOT purchase through the online store; payment of sales tax through the shopping cart is not refundable. Instead, please email a purchase order to or mail it to the address given at the bottom left of this page. Orders of less than $100 must be sent by mail with payment by check included. All purchases are non-refundable so please complete the PO carefully, including ISBNs (see below) or the editions and binding types of all items. Orders must ship to the school's or district office's physical address.
If you school does not currently use purchase orders, free templates are available to download from sites such as this: Word Templates Online. Feel free to Google other sources for free purchase order templates. Each PO must have a unique PO number.
If you require a sales quotation prior to creating a purchase order, please click below to download a sales quotation template, which may be completed and printed in Excel. Please be aware that a sales quotation alone will NOT initiate an order. An order will only be processed once a purchase order or payment is received.
A 10% discount applies on single bulk orders of 100 or more books. This discount applies to current editions only.
Shipping is free on orders of $500 or more. For orders of under $500, a shipping fee of $5 for the first book or set plus $1 for each additional book or set, up to a maximum of $25, will be charged. Books are printed on demand and drop-shipped by Lulu. Please allow 1-3 weeks for delivery. There are no expedited shipping options available.
Schools that purchase at least 100 physical copies (or 20% of a school's total enrollment, minimum 20, if less) of a book receive a free site license to the corresponding eBook. Schools may otherwise purchase eBook site licenses. Visit the eBooks page for details.
Invoices with net 45 terms will be sent by email (if an address is provided) and by mail when the order is processed. Invoices must be paid by check. Unpaid invoices will incur a 4% late fee per three months past the due date.
New York State schools may elect to use Title IV funding, under the category of "well-rounded educational opportunities" (WRE), as per ESEA Section 4107.
New York City public schools can order through FAMIS. Select the option to purchase from a non-contract, sole source vendor (Sole Source Letter). Then search by vendor name for Course Workbooks or by vendor number for DON970810. The books are not listed under ShopDOE, and they're not listed as "Textbooks" in FAMIS.