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Scholastic StoryWorks Magazine Boosts Online Tools for Elementary School Language Arts Teachers


Margaret Peterson Haddix pens story for "Create a Character Contest"


New York, NY — March 24, 2010 — Storyworks®, the award-winning literature and language arts magazine for grades 3-6, has expanded its online and whiteboard resources for teachers. The new interactive features – free to Storyworks subscribers – include online-exclusive plays, writing workshops, videos, downloadable skills sheets and step-by-step language arts lessons for whiteboards.

Summer Reading Kicks Off: Scholastic Summer Challenge Gets Kids to Read for the World Record During Summer Vacation


Christopher Paul Curtis, Gordon Korman, R.L. Stine and Lisa Yee Launch Summer Challenge in Live Book Trivia Game Show Webcast on April 30th ; WordGirl® Will Serve as the National "Ambassador of Summer Reading"
Gubernatorial Spouses Nationwide Tackle Summer Reading Crisis in Their Home States


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


Peace One Day, Offers Free Multi-Media Online Curriculum to U.S. Middle and High Schools


in association with Scholastic, and underwritten by Ben & Jerry’s, educational program features 21 lesson plans, DVD, and live webcast designed to motivate teen participation in Peace Day on September 21st, 2010, a day adopted by all UN members and recognized by the US Senate


Leading Experts on 21st Century Learning Present Webcast Series for School Leaders


Scholastic "Expert Talks" give school leaders access to experts on preparing students for 21st century workforce


NEW YORK, N.Y. — January 12, 2010 — Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL), the global children’s publishing, education and media company, is inviting teachers, school administrators and education leaders to join some of the nation’s thought leaders on learning in the 21st Century for a series of four webcasts starting in January.

Scholastic Reports Second Quarter Results for Fiscal 2010

New York — December 17, 2009 — Scholastic Corporation (NASDAQ: SCHL)today reported strong results for the second quarter ended November 30, 2009, with a nearly 100% increase in higher margin educational technology sales, as well as margin benefit from targeted price increases and company-wide cost reductions. Before one-time, mostly non-cash charges, the Company recorded a 30% increase in earnings. In addition, substantial free cash flow (as defined) further reduced debt. The Company affirmed its fiscal 2010 guidance.

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