OMG, Mythology Totes Just Got Way Cooler *gasp*


New non-fiction book series from Scholastic makes ancient greek gods, goddesses and myths
accessible to digital natives


NEW YORK, N.Y — Oct. 7, 2009 A.C.E. — Mt. Olympus meets new media in a new book series from Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL).

National Center on Response to Intervention Awards Highest Possible Rating to Scholastic Reading Inventory

New York, NY — October 6, 2009 — Scholastic today announced the National Center on Response to Intervention (NCRTI) has given Scholastic Reading Inventory™ (SRI) the highest possible rating for validity and reliability. NCRTI reviewed SRI, the leading progress monitoring tool for grades 1-12, as a part of the organization's first annual evaluation of Reading Screening Tools.

Scholastic Media Announces Winners of National Clifford The Big Red Dog BE BIG in Your Community Contest




The BE BIG Fund awards $50,000 in community grants to the BIGGEST ideas inspired by Clifford's Big Ideas



12-Year-Old West Virginia girl's BIG idea awarded $25,000 community grant for special needs accessible playground; 10 additional ideas receive $2,500 grants


Creative Teens Can Earn Money for College: Young Writers & Artists Grades 7-12 Invited to Submit Work

Creative Teens Can Earn Money for College: Young Writers and Artists Grades 7-12 Invited to Submit Work to The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

15 Seniors Will Receive Top Honors and $10,000 Awards; Additional $3.9 Million in Writing and Art Scholarships Available to Selected Students

Inquiry-Based Science & Whiteboard Technology For The 21st Century Classroom In Investigators, A New Classroom Books Series.

New York, NY — October 1, 2009 — From life cycles to recycling, students in grades K-3 can explore the world of science through Weldon Owen Pty Ltd’s Investigators, a new collection of science readers and inquiry-based instruction for the 21st century classroom being distributed by Scholastic Classroom Books.

Scholastic Makes Significant Progress Toward Industry-Leading Goals for FSC-Certified and Recycled Paper Use

New York, NY — August 27, 2009 — Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education and media company, today announced that significant progress has been made toward the company-wide goal of strengthening its sustainable paper procurement practices and increasing the percentage of Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified and post-consumer waste (PCW) recycled paper purchased.

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