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AP® Resources

Macmillan Learning AP® titles come from three distinct publishing houses, Bedford/St. Martin’s, W.H. Freeman, and Worth Publishers. Our authors consist of renowned leaders in their disciplines, recognized leaders in the AP® communities, and leading authorities on the AP® courses. They are Nobel Prize winners, award-winning novelists, and cutting-edge researchers. They are college professors and AP® teachers.

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A book cover titled Environmental Science for the A P course, Fourth edition, authored by Andrew Friedland and Rick Relyea shows a photograph of a fox walking across a street in an urban area.

Environmental Science for the AP® Course 4e

A book cover titled Myer's Psychology for the A P Course, Fourth edition, by David G. Myers, C. Nathan De Wall, and Elizabeth Yost Hammer shows a photograph of a lighthouse on a sea coast with a person walking a dog toward it.

Myers' Psychology for the AP® Course 4e

A book cover titled College Physics for the A P Physics 1 and 2 Courses, Third edition, authored by Gay Stewart, Roger Freedman, Todd Ruskell, and Phillip Kesten shows a photograph of a girl performing stunts on a skateboard.

College Physics for the AP® Physics 1 and 2 Courses 3e

A book cover titled Comparative Government for the A P Course, Stories of the world by Karen Waples shows a photograph of the Palace of Westminister in London with Big Ben and the Thames River in the background.

Comparative Government: Stories of the World for the AP® Course 1e

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Krugman's Macroeconomics for the AP® Course 4e

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Krugman's Macroeconomics for the AP® Course 4e

Program Resources

At BFW High School, we pay close attention to the resources we develop for your classroom. We create Teacher’s Editions, Resource Materials, and ExamView Test Banks specifically for your course. Resources vary by discipline and title — search for your title and look for the Instructor Resources tab to see what’s available. And get what you need by choosing our program!

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