Scholastic Magazines+

Scholastic Magazines+

AT–A–GLANCE
What is it?

Scholastic Magazines+ combines high-interest texts with powerful digital resources to ignite student engagement and raise achievement in every grade and content area.

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Anne Sparkman
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Stephanie Agresti
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In the News

FORTUNE Circulation for Scholastic Magazines+ continues to grow

GOOD MORNING AMERICA Senior Vice President & Editor-In-Chief/Publisher Lauren Tarshis describes how Scholastic Magazines+ titles showcase inspiring women and girls to ensure young readers see the powerful role women play both historically and in present day 

THE ADVOCATE Lauren Tarshis and a Baton Rouge teacher come together to share a story of hope with kids nationwide

PORTAGE LIFE Editorial Director Audra Wallace shares how stories about kids doing good inspires more kids to make a difference in their communities


"Scholastic Magazines+ continues to be an integral part of my daily instruction, continually reinforcing the standards and supporting comprehension and fluency through very engaging, high-interest articles. The digital technology components are an added bonus that allow me to differentiate my instruction to meet the various learning styles and needs of all my students."

—Michele Miner, Learning Specialist K–3, Pittsford, N.Y., Building Technology Chair

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Overview

With 100 years in circulation, Scholastic Magazines+ now reaches over 25 million students through more than 30 exciting, subject-specific titles that help build knowledge, spark curiosity, and connect students to their world.  Current high-interest texts are paired with powerful digital teaching tools to help educators personalize instruction and engage students in learning. Digital-only subscriptions are now available.

Scholastic Student Vote

The Scholastic Student Vote is an online mock election that allows kids in grades K–12 across the country to cast their votes for President of the United States. Since 1940, the outcomes of the Scholastic Student Vote have mirrored the outcomes of every general election, except three: in 1948, students selected Thomas E. Dewey over Harry S. Truman; in 1960, students selected Richard M. Nixon over John F. Kennedy; and in 2016, students selected Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump. 

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