Scholastic News Kids Press Corps
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The Scholastic News Kids Press Corps is a group of talented young reporters, ages 10–14, from across the country. For more than fourteen 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, which reach more than 25 million students in classrooms nationwide. The Kid Reporters have made news with their interviews politicians, entertainers, authors, sports stars, and even a sitting President, Barack Obama. They’ve also gathered “Tips from the Pros” from such journalists as Brian Williams and Soledad O’Brien.
- Scholastic News Kids Press Corps Now Accepting Applications for 2015-2016
- Scholastic News Kids Press Corps™ Welcomes 32 New Kid Reporters
- Scholastic News Kids Press Corps Accepting Applications for 2014–2015
President Obama tapes an interview with Scholastic News Kid Reporters in the Library at the White House.
(Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)
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).
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- Scholastic News Kid Reporters Cover Republican National Convention in Tampa and Democratic National Convention in Charlotte
- News from the Iowa Caucuses Helps Launch Scholastic News Election 2012 Website
- Scholastic News Kids Press Corps Selects the Newsmakers of The Year
- Scholastic News Kids Press Corps Appoints 32 New Kid Reporters
- Scholastic News Kid Reporters Sit Down with President Barack Obama For Exclusive Back-to-School Interview
- Scholastic News Accepting Applications for Kid Reporters
- Helping Haiti Recover and Taylor Swift Lead the List of the Top Five Kids News Stories of 2010