After a busy year covering the Presidential campaign and other big breaking news, the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps is taking a break for the 2013-2014 school year.
While we won’t be posting new content, visitors will be able to explore the Kids Press site and access the well-reported stories and engaging videos the kids have produced for more than a decade. For current news, please visit Classroom Magazines online.
An Exclusive Interview with President Barack Obama
President Obama tapes an interview with Scholastic News Kid Reporters in the Library at the White House.
(Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)
"Teachers, parents and kids turn to the Scholastic News Kid Corps for kid-friendly news coverage, especially during an election year. The Kid Reporters help put the issues of the day in a context that is both relevant and age-appropriate for young readers"
– Dante A. Ciampaglia, Editor, Scholastic News Kids Press Corps
The Scholastic News Kids Press Corps is a group of 59 talented young reporters, ages 10-14, from across the country. For more than eleven years, the Kid Reporters have covered "news for kids, by kids." Their stories appear online at the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps website and in issues of Scholastic classroom magazines, including Scholastic News® and Junior Scholastic®. Recently, the Kid Reporters made news with their exclusive sit-down interview at the White House with President Barack Obama. Other stories this fall included coverage of the Occupy Wall Street movement, special reports on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and National Bullying Prevention Month, and interviews with author Brian Selznick, author Jeff Kinney, and director Steven Spielberg.
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September 12, 2012
- Scholastic News Kid Reporters Cover Republican National Convention in Tampa and Democratic National Convention in Charlotte
August 22, 2012
- First Lady Michelle Obama Shares Food Craving, Discusses Fitness, Being the First Mom with Scholastic News Kid Reporter
March 12, 2012
Scholastic News Kid Reporter Topanga Sena, 11, interviews First Lady Michelle Obama in Orlando, FL, about her campaign against childhood obesity, family fitness and health, and what it's like being the First Mom. (Photo: Scholastic).
- News from the Iowa Caucuses Helps Launch Scholastic News Election 2012 Website
January 4, 2012
- Scholastic News Kids Press Corps Selects the Newsmakers of The Year
December 27, 2011
- Scholastic News Kids Press Corps Appoints 32 New Kid Reporters
November 17, 2011
- Scholastic News Kid Reporters Sit Down with President Barack Obama For Exclusive Back-to-School Interview
August 23, 2011
- Scholastic News Accepting Applications for Kid Reporters
August 2, 2011
- Helping Haiti Recover and Taylor Swift Lead the List of the Top Five Kids News Stories of 2010
December 8, 2010
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