Michael Haggen

New Rising Voices Classroom Library from Scholastic and David C. Banks Celebrates the Stories of Black and Latino Boys

Brittany Sullivan, Scholastic, bsullivan@scholastic.com, 212-343-4848
Stephanie Agresti, Scholastic, sagresti@scholastic.com, 212-343-7819
Alastair Pearson, The TASC Group, alastair@thetascgroup.com, 212-337-8870

Books and Instructional Materials for Grades K–5 Promote Positive Representation and Broaden the World for All Students Through Literature

Scholastic Biennial Survey Reveals Young Readers Face Challenges in Finding Their Stories

 Kids & Family Reading Report™: 7th Edition explores how reading helps children navigate the world, the importance of diversity in characters and storylines, the impact of book access & reading role models and more 

New Research Reveals Teachers Value Independent Reading Time, but Only 36% Can Set Aside Time Daily

Kyle Good, 212-343-4563, kgood@scholastic.com
Brittany Sullivan, 212-343-4848, bsullivan@scholastic.com

National Survey Provides Insights into Teachers’ and Principals’ Views on the State of Independent Reading in School, Making the Home-to-School Connection, and the Importance of Summer Reading

Michael Haggen Named Chief Academic Officer for Scholastic Education


Anne Sparkman

New York, NY – March 15, 2016 – Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL), the global children’s publishing, education and media company, today announced the appointment of Michael Haggen as Chief Academic Officer for Scholastic Education. In this new role, Michael will be based in New York and report to Greg Worrell, President of Scholastic Education.

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