Statement from Scholastic Chairman, President and CEO, Richard Robinson re: The Tragic School Shootings in Newtown, CT

As we heard the news of the Sandy Hook School shootings on Friday morning, we immediately went to work doing what Scholastic has done throughout our nearly 100 year history — offering analysis and support for teachers on how to help the children and families they serve. We know that Monday morning you will be greeting children who have heard news media stories over the weekend about this tragic school shooting of young children and their teachers.

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