Read 180

KIPP Academy Students Show Significant Reading Gains Using READ 180

For Immediate Release

Tyler Reed
Scholastic Inc.

KIPP expands use of READ 180® in New York City

"Read 180" and "System 44" "Outstanding Educators" Help Struggling Students Succeed


Scholastic recognizes four teachers who put struggling readers on a path to success


Twelve Struggling Students Become Reading All-Stars with "System 44" and "READ 180"


Scholastic recognizes 2012 national All-Star award winners for overcoming the odds and learning to read


Foundational Reading Program from Scholastic Endorsed by the Council of Administrators of Special Education


SYSTEM 44® recognized for proven effectiveness and for providing
research-based support for children in special education programs


Four Years of U.S. Department of Education Research Shows "READ 180" Effective in Combating Adolescent Illiteracy


READ 180® students in Newark, N.J., Springfield/Chicopee, Mass., and Ohio Department of Youth Services Striving Readers programs show significant gains in achievement


Scholastic Reports Strong Fiscal 2012 First Quarter Results

New York — September 22, 2011 — Scholastic Corporation (NASDAQ: SCHL), the global children’s publishing, education and media company, today reported 10% revenue growth and significantly improved operating results in the fiscal 2012 first quarter ended August 31, 201.

Struggling Readers Turn into All-Stars with "READ180" and "System 44"


Scholastic recognizes 12 students in grades 3 through 12 for overcoming obstacles to become All-Star readers


Scholastic launches "READ 180" Next Generation


America's most studied and most successful reading intervention program gets powerful new upgrade

New READ 180 includes dashboards for students, teachers and school leaders, alignment to Common Core, new content to engage students, writing instruction


READ 180® and System 44® Outstanding Educators Turn Students' Lives Around

Scholastic Recognizes Four Extraordinary Teachers for Their Hard Work in Helping Students Learn to Read


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