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Revered Educator Ruth Culham, Authors of The 39 Clues Team Up to Teach Good Writing to Young Readers

 

New teachers guide for The 39 Clues series and upcoming live webcast from Scholastic help teachers improve students' writing

 

Scholastic Announces 39 U.S. Finalists for "The 39 Clues" Grand Prize

 

39 kids in the United States will compete next month using their knowledge of the bestselling multi-media series for a chance to win a $10,000 grand prize

 

U.S. Census Bureau Announces new Online Data Tools and Resources for Teachers and Schools

 

Interactive map, videos and lesson plans help teachers inform students about the importance of census data

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. — February 2, 2011 — With data now streaming in from the 2010 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau has released a set of online tools and resources to help teachers and kids make sense of it in the classroom.

Statement from Scholastic regarding the Harry Potter lawsuit brought against the Company by the estate of Adrian Jacobs

Scholastic is extremely pleased that Judge Scheindlin decided to dismiss, at the earliest stage possible, the lawsuit brought against Scholastic by the estate of Adrian Jacobs. The Court's swift dismissal supports our position that the case was completely without merit and that comparing Willy the Wizard to the Harry Potter series was absurd.

Scholastic Digitizes Award-Winning "True Books" Titles for New Web-Based eBook and Video Program "TrueFlix"

NEW YORK, NY — January 5, 2011 — A classic non-fiction book series, True Books, is coming to life this year in TrueFlix, a new online learning resource from Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL), the global children's publishing, education and media company.

Scholastic to Publish Brian Selznick's "Wonderstruck"on September 13, 2011

 

A mesmerizing new novel in words and pictures by the bestselling and award-winning author and illustrator of "The Invention of Hugo Cabret

 

Scholastic Reports Fiscal 2011 Second Quarter Results

 

Children’s books sales rise 5% as company moves forward with long-term digital opportunities

 

New York — December 16, 2010 — Scholastic Corporation (NASDAQ: SCHL), the global children’s publishing, education and media company, today reported results for the fiscal 2011 second quarter ended November 30, 2010.

Scholastic to Re-Launch the Wildly Popular Animorphs Books by Bestselling Author K.A. Applegate in May 2011

 

More than 35 million books in print of original series

 

New York, NY — December 9, 2010 — Scholastic, the global children's publishing, education and media company, announced today that it will re-launch K.A. Applegate’s bestselling “Animorphs” series in May 2011. Each book will be published with a lenticular cover that actually morphs.

Scholastic Experts Issue List of ‘Ten Trends in Children’s Books from 2010’

New York, NY — December 8, 2010 — Scholastic, the largest publisher and distributor of children’s books, today released a list of 10 Trends in Children's Books from 2010.

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