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

Charles Field is the founder and president of Caslon Publishing. Charlie has worked in publishing for over 30 years. Prior to founding Caslon, Inc. in 1992, Charlie worked for large, small, start-up, and nonprofit publishers in all aspects of the business. Caslon, Inc. began by providing project management for publishers and advice on publishing as well as editing, design, and production services for authors, publishers, nonprofit organizations, and NGOs. Caslon's focus is now on texts for professional educators. We actively promote multilingualism and intercultural communication.

Rebecca Field is the founder and director of the Language Education Division of Caslon Publishing and Consulting. Rebecca has worked in the field of language education for over 25 years. She earned a B.A. in Spanish from Western Maryland College, an M.A. in TESOL from New York University, and a Ph.D. in Sociolinguistics from Georgetown University. Rebecca has conducted action-oriented research in bilingual schools and communities since 1986, and has published two books on her work: Bilingual Education and Social Change and Building on Community Bilingualism.

Rebecca is concentrating much of her energy and efforts on developing leadership on English language learner issues in districts and schools, and she coedited (with Else Hamayan) English Language Learners at School: A Guide for Administrators, Second Edition. She also has extensive experience working with bilingual education, English as a second language, world language, and heritage language educators in the United States and internationally in the areas of language policy and planning; language education program development, implementation, and evaluation; second language acquisition and academic language and literacy development; sheltered instruction; and assessment and accountability in language education programs.

Lisa Green (Finance/MIS) is responsible for the day-to-day management of Caslon processes. Lisa provides strategic and operational leadership whilst also supporting the publishing staff to be more productive. She works closely with Charlie, Rebecca, and Kerri to meet Caslon's equipment and organizational needs.