Gallopade International was founded in 1979 by author Carole Marsh. More than 40 years later, Gallopade has built an expansive catalog of titles including popular children’s fiction and non-fiction series, as well as thousands of teacher resources with an emphasis on Social Studies. The company has grown to become a leader in the industry, providing comprehensive state standards-aligned Social Studies curriculum programs across the United States.
Gallopade is actively committed to improving the educational landscape for students and teachers, through innovative and engaging methods that put all learners on a path for continued success during their school years and beyond.
3-Steps to Success
Gallopade's Curriculum is your complete solution. Our print and digital resources were created with both teachers and students in mind. We know how important the State and District Assessments are, so what better way to ensure your class is learning, retaining, and applying lessons than to teach, test, and track your students' success! With our interactive, easy-to-use resources, you can rest assured that our Class Sets will help you meet your goal.
Teach by using small bites of content, followed by reinforcing activities, our proven approach provides an interactive learning experience that succeeds in students learning, understanding and retaining standards content and skills.
Test with quick, mini, standards-based assessments and get immediate scoring feedback. High-quality assessments and auto-grading are a huge time-saver for teachers. Great practice for Assessment Tests.
Author & CEO
My goal is to help every student thoroughly understand and feel pride in our country’s fascinating history and our state’s unique heritage and culture. Once children enjoy learning, and have truly educational and entertaining tools, passing the test is no problem. My passion is for them to do more than pass the test with flying colors; I want them to feel compelled to become the best citizens that they can be. This is what I believe top quality curriculum-related materials can do for children.