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Scholastic Makes Continued Progress toward Industry-Leading Goals for FSC-Certified and Recycled Paper Use

New York, NY — September 7, 2010 — Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education and media company, today announced that continued 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 pur

Kids Read 52,710,368 Minutes to Set a New Scholastic World Record for Summer Reading!

Winning Schools to be Published in the 2011 Scholastic Book of World Records;
50,000 Books Donated to Reading is Fundamental to Mark a Successful Summer of Reading

Scholastic Announces Fiscal 2010 Results and Fiscal 2011 Outlook

 

Exceeds fiscal 2010 guidance, achieves margin goal
Strong education results and cost controls drive higher profitability

 

New York — July 22, 2010 — Scholastic Corporation (NASDAQ: SCHL), the global children's publishing, education and media company, today reported significantly higher earnings and free cash flow for the fiscal year ended May 31, 2010, exceeding its previous guidance. The Company also provided its fiscal 2011 plan focused on digital expansion and sustained cost and cash discipline.

Matt Brown Named President of Klutz and SVP, Scholastic Inc.

New York, NY (July 15, 2010) — Ellie Berger, President of the Trade Publishing division of Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL), announced today that Matt Brown has been named SVP, Scholastic Inc., and President of Klutz, the highly innovative publisher of “books plus” for children, and a division of Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education and media company.

First-Ever Computer-Adaptive Math Assessment Tool from Scholastic

Scholastic Math Inventory (SMI) Measures Students’ Math Skills and Delivers Reports to Help Teachers Target Instruction

NEW YORK, N.Y., June 29, 2010 – Schools can now use classroom computers to quickly measure students’ math achievement, track their progress and receive immediate feedback to help differentiate instruction.

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