Greg Worrell

Business, Medical, and Non-Profit Partners Launch New National Effort at CGI America to Help Close the Word Gap

Contact:
Clinton Foundation: Mimi Reisner, mreisner@clintonfoundation.org, 646-775-9124
Next Generation: Anastasia Ordonez, media@thenextgeneration.org, 415-523-8017
American Academy of Pediatrics: Susan Stevens Martin, ssmartin@aap.org, 847-434-7131

 

Scholastic Introduces Program to Help Teachers Assess Students During In-Class Independent Reading

For Immediate Release

Contact: Alex Wladich, Scholastic Inc., 212-965-7353 awladich@scholastic.com

Independent Reading Assessment: FICTION helps educators turn assessment data into targeted instruction

New Middle School Non-fiction Program Teaches Reading and Writing Through Profiles of Contemporary Figures

Designed to meet common core state standards in language arts, On the Record helps students read critically, Write passionately and build resilience

Scholastic Announces New Team Focused on Family and Community Engagement (FACE) to Raise Student Achievement

 

Scholastic Family and Community Engagement (FACE) helps Communities, families and organizations support the learning needs of children both within the classroom and beyond the school day
In new survey, 98 percent of teachers say more family involvement and support would have a strong impact on academic achievement

 

Scholastic Helps Schools Distribute More than 1.5 Million Books to Kids for Summer Reading

NEW YORK, NY — June 7, 2010 — As schools nationwide struggle with tight budgets, some innovative school districts have developed a low-tech strategy for keeping their students’ reading skills sharp this summer. They are giving them books!

New Orleans Recovery School District and Scholastic Announce Superintendent’s Reading Challenge

Children across Recovery School District to Read at School and at Home and Earn Rewards and Prizes for Hard Work and Good Reading

100-book Custom Scholastic Classroom Libraries Placed in 620 RSD Classrooms

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