COVID-19 Update: During this unusual time, we want to keep you up-to-date on changes here at Caslon. We continue to do our very best to provide for our customers. Read More

  • Because some of our staff members are working remotely, there is a slight delay on shipping of print books. However, each of our titles is available as an electronic text; we encourage customers who need quick access to our textbooks to consider purchasing an electronic format.
  • College bookstores wanting to place orders should contact our distributor at 800-565-9523 or [email protected].
  • School districts should email purchase orders to [email protected] rather than faxing.
  • We invite teachers, teacher leaders, specialists, supervisors, and administrators to join us on the Caslon Community discussion board in conversations about professional learning, multilingual learners, and teacher leadership.
  • For help with any technological difficulties, order questions, quotes, or other concerns, please contact us.


About Caslon

Suzanne  Wagner

Suzanne Wagner

Bilingual Educator, Illinois Resource Center

Suzanne Wagner, Ph.D., has been a bilingual educator for more than 30 years. She has taught English as a second language, worked as a high school bilingual coordinator, and as a Title VII program director. As a specialist at the Illinois Resource Center in Arlington Heights, Wagner has taught courses, conducted workshops, and provided professional development for teachers and administrators in school districts throughout Illinois and nationwide.

Wayne E. Wright

Wayne E. Wright

Professor, Purdue University

Wayne E. Wright is the Associate Dean for Research, Graduate Programs, and Faculty Development and the Barbara I. Cook Chair of Literacy and Language in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction in the College of Education at Purdue University. He provides training for future and current educators in the areas of ESL teaching methods, literacy, assessment, technology and research. Wright has extensive experience as a researcher and practitioner in schools in the United States and internationally.

Wright is the author of numerous research articles related to language minority education, and serves as the founding editor of the Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement. He has presented his research and provided training for language teachers throughout the world. In 2009 Wright was a Fulbright scholar and visiting lecturer at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where he provided training and assistance to the university and students in the M.Ed. program.

He and his wife Phal are the parents of three amazing children.

Xee  Yang

Xee Yang

ELL Teacher, Menasha Joint School District

Xee Yang has been an English language learner teacher for almost 13 years. She is also an instructor at the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh and Fox Valley Technical College. Yang is pursuing her doctorate degree in Educational Sustainability at the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point. She and her husband, Snyu Yang, own the Hmong Globe, a quarterly periodical for the Hmong community in Wisconsin.