Macmillan Higher Education
You get more from Macmillan Higher Education because of who we are and what we do. We are three companies built one book at a time. Because we are privately owned, we base our publishing decisions not on shareholders, but on our commitment to the disciplines in which we publish. We know that what happens in the classroom matters, and that a good class, a good teacher, and good content have the power to change the world – one student, one idea at a time.
Macmillan was founded in 1843 by two Scottish brothers, Alexander and Daniel Macmillan, and until recently was owned by the Macmillan family, who continued to manage the company into the 1970s Macmillan has a rich literary history, having published the
works of, among many others, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Lewis Carroll (including Alice's Adventures in Wonderland), Henry James, Thomas Hardy, Rudyard Kipling, and William Butler Yeats. Macmillan's prominence expanded through trade, education, and
Today, Macmillan Higher Education is widely recognized as a publisher of high-quality content with a focus on innovation and course redesign. Macmillan Higher Education includes Bedford/St. Martin's, W. H. Freeman, Worth Publishers, Hayden McNeil, i>clicker,
and Bedford, Freeman, and Worth High School.
Macmillan also publishes high-quality academic and scholarly books, educational fiction and non-fiction, children's books, audio books, and magazines and journals in print and digital formats from publishers that include St. Martin's Press, Farrar, Straus
& Giroux, Henry Holt and Company, Tor Books, Picador, and Macmillan Audio.