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Clio Publishing Company is a new company, but its authors have been a part of Jarrett Publishing Company for the last twenty-five years. Our mission is to foster a universal passion for learning by creating books and other source material that will help your students do their absolute best when taking a state-mandated test.  

Our dedicated team of publishing professionals is committed to producing the best possible material to prepare your students for any mandated state test. Our authors are recognized professionals in the field of social studies testing. Both Mr. Killoran and Mr. Zimmer carry a national reputation in finding innovative and unique ways of bringing complex content material to a simpler understanding.

James Killoran is a retired Assistant Principal. He has written Government and You and Economics and You. Mr. Killoran has extensive experience in test writing for the N.Y. State Board of Regents in Social Studies and has served on the Committee for Testing of the N.C.S.S. His various articles on social studies testing has been published in Social Education, the country’s leading social studies journal. In addition, Mr. Killoran has won a number of awards for outstanding teaching and curriculum development, including “Outstanding Social Studies Teacher” and “Outstanding Social Studies Supervisor” in New York City. In 1993, he was awarded an Advanced Certificate for Teachers of Social Studies by the N.C.S.S. In 1997, he became Chairman of the N.C.S.S. Committee on Awarding Advanced Certificates for Teachers of Social Studies.

Stuart Zimmer is a retired Social Studies teacher. He has written Government and You and Economics and You. He has also authored almost 90 books in the field of education. Mr. Zimmer has served as an item test writer for the New York State Board of Regents in Social Studies and has written for the National Merit Scholarship Examination and for the Scholastic Aptitude Test (S.A.T.) In addition, Mr. Zimmer has published numerous articles on teaching and testing in leading Social Studies journals. He has presented numerous educational workshops at local, state, and national teachers’ conferences. In 1989, Mr. Zimmer’s achievements were recognized by the New York State Legislature with a Special Legislative Resolution in his honor.
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