Scholastic Launches Classroom and School-wide Registration for Students to Join the Biggest Summer Reading Challenge Ever


Sara Sinek
Scholastic Inc.
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Mike Barrett
Scholastic Inc.
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Top Educators Share Summer Reading Strategies at Scholastic Google+ Hangout on April 16th at 8PM ET


20,000 Teachers Provide Powerful Insights on Teaching in an Era of Change in New Primary Sources Survey


Anne Sparkman
Scholastic Inc.
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Media Relations
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
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Teachers Want Their Voices Heard and Offer Direction on Student Success, Common Core Implementation, Teacher Evaluation and Parental Support

Most Viewed Website for K–6 Teachers Sees Record Traffic Spike Before Thanksgiving

Alexandra Wladich
Scholastic Inc.
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Thanksgiving Content and Videos Drive More Than 11 Million Page Views

Statement from Scholastic Chairman, President and CEO, Richard Robinson re: The Tragic School Shootings in Newtown, CT

As we heard the news of the Sandy Hook School shootings on Friday morning, we immediately went to work doing what Scholastic has done throughout our nearly 100 year history — offering analysis and support for teachers on how to help the children and families they serve. We know that Monday morning you will be greeting children who have heard news media stories over the weekend about this tragic school shooting of young children and their teachers.

Scholastic Presents Free Year-Long Professional Development Webcast Series for Teachers

“Teacher Talks” Give Educators Access to Experts on
Literacy, Inquiry-Based Instruction, Technology and Classroom Management

40,000 Teachers Give Their Views on Education Reform in "Primary Sources"


Teachers Call For Engaging Curriculum, Supportive Leadership, Clear Standards Common Across States in Survey by Scholastic Inc. and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation


Baton Rouge Native Mary Louise Jones, Ed.D., Named 2008 Recipient of Scholastic Light Award

Recognition program developed in conjunction with the National Association of Early Childhood Specialists in State Departments of Education (NAECS/SDE)

New York, NY — December 8, 2008 — Scholastic [NASDAQ: SCHL], the global children’s publishing, education and media company, has named Mary Louise Jones, Ed.D., the 2008 recipient of the prestigious Scholastic Light Award. Since 2004, the Scholastic Light Award has honored individuals for their commitment to and impact on the field of early childhood education.

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