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Amy Perry

Executive Editor, Science and Assessment

Pronouns: she/her


As CSA Education’s Executive Editor of Science and Assessment, Amy is responsible for overseeing, developing, and editing K–12 Science projects as well as Assessment projects. She oversees day-to-day management of projects, including managing internal staff and independent contractors, and provides quality materials that are accurate, consistent, and adhere to client-specified rules and guidelines.

From authoring standards-aligned Science content and assessments for elementary through high school grades to teaching middle school and high school English, Amy has developed the expertise to excel at CSA. After graduation, Amy worked as a Science education writer, and then took a break to pursue her goal of teaching English. In 2011, after four years in the high school and middle school English classroom, Amy returned to content development, with a focus on STEM subjects. She has been creating materials for teachers and students ever since. 

Highlights from Amy’s career include the following:

  • At CSA, leading development of multiple large-scale digital assessment products in both Science and ELA for a major educational publisher
  • At CSA, spearheading creation of original scripts and storyboards for production of over 60 engaging videos introducing middle school Science concepts
  • Performing all stages of developmental editing for core publications supporting Advanced Placement (AP) courses, including Physics, Biology, and Calculus
  • Prototyping, writing, and editing digital college Biology investigations for a next-gen courseware developer
  • Proposing, writing, and editing Math and Science workbooks for preschool and elementary grades, in alignment with an international educational publisher’s pedagogical principles 

Amy earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from Columbia University. She went on to earn her Master’s in English Literature from New York University and her Master’s in Instructional Technology and Media from Teachers College of Columbia University. 

Amy lives in the Bronx, NY, with her husband, a math teacher. She is cofounder of a local neighborhood meditation “cooperative” that meets biweekly for silent meditation.  

Contact Amy at ap****@cs****.com