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Scholastic Reports Fiscal 2013 First Quarter Results

Scholastic Corporation
 Investors: Jeffrey Mathews, (212) 343-6741,
Media: Kyle Good, (212) 343-4563,

New York — September 20, 2012 — Scholastic Corporation (NASDAQ: SCHL), the global children’s publishing, education and media company, today reported results for the fiscal 2013 first quarter ended August 31, 2012.

Scholastic Corporation Announces Second Quarter Dividend

Contact: Scholastic Corporation
 Investors: Jeffrey Mathews 212-343-6741 (
Media: Kyle Good 212-343-4563 (< ahref="">

New Nonfiction Program "XBOOKs," Designed Specifically to Meet the Common Core State Standards, Now Available from Scholastic

Alex Wladich, Scholastic Inc.


XBOOKS™ interactive program uses informational texts to teach close reading,
academic vocabulary and research skills


Kids Still Have Time to Cast their Ballot in Scholastic Student Vote

For Immediate Release

Kristen Joerger, 212-389-3343,


Kids vote in country's longest-running student mock Presidential election


Storia Celebrates Back-To-School with Free eBooks for Kids and Teachers, Plus a "Storia Scratch and Win" Sweepstakes

Kyle Good, Scholastic, 212-343-4563,
Sara Sinek, Scholastic, 212-343-6899,


Teacher-Recommended ereading app for kids offers more than 2,000 titles for toddlers to teens
Storia™ ebook retail experience also available at The Scholastic Store in New York City


It's Reading Cats and Dogs

Contact: Sara Sinek, 212-343-6899,


Kids Join Paws For Reading program and pledge to read at home20 minutes each day to give a free book to a child in need, up to 250,000 books
Kids pick dog or cat team, log their reading minutes, and make a difference


Kids Set a New World Record of 95,859,491 Minutes Read in Summer 2012

Contact: Sara Sinek; 212-343-6899
Nadia Almahdi; 212-343-6635


Twenty schools to appear in Scholastic Book of World Records for most minutes this summer

Texas leads the Scholastic Summer Challenge with most minutes read all summer and five schools listed in Top 20


Kids Around the Globe Break the World Record for Summer Reading

Anne Sparkman, Scholastic, 212-343-6657,
Nadia Almahdi, Scholastic, 212-343-6355,

Kids logging minutes in the Scholastic Summer Challenge™ read 70 million minutes … and still counting until August 31st

Common Core Resources for Math: Are You Ready?

For Immediate Release
Alex Wladich, Scholastic Inc., 212-965-7353 or

New books from Math Solutions® help teachers prepare for the Common Core State Standards

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