Education

Scholastic Launches "Code X," a New Comprehensive English Language Arts Curriculum Built for the Common Core

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

 

Common Core Code X™ prepares students for the Next Generation assessments

 

READ 180® and System 44® from Scholastic Receive ROE (Return on Education) Innovation Award at ASU/GSV Ed Innovation Summit

Award recognizes READ 180 and System 44 as proven to raise student achievement and reduce per pupil costs for districts

Twelve Struggling Students Named Reading All-Stars, Receive National Award for their Academic Success

Contact:

Alexandra Wladich
Scholastic Inc.
212-965-7353
awladich@scholastic.com

Lia Zneimer
Scholastic Inc.
212-343-6901
lzneimer@scholastic.com

 

Scholastic recognizes READ 180® and System 44® All-Star Award winners
for overcoming the odds and making significant reading gains

 

Scholastic Announces Educational Technology Product Launch with "MATH 180," "iRead," "System 44" Next Generation and "READ 180"

CONTACT:

Tyler Reed
Scholastic Inc.
212-343-6427
treed@scholastic.com

Breakthrough K-12 Math and Reading Programs for the Common Core Combine Smart Technology, Rich Data, Professional Learning and Rigorous, Relevant Content

 

The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (SMFA) is Named Massachusetts Affiliate for Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

Contact:

Cathy Lasiewicz
 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
212.343.6570
clasiewicz@scholastic.com

Lia Zneimer
Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
212.343.6901
lzneimer@scholastic.com

SMFA Announces New Scholarship Program for Scholastic Award Recipients from Massachusetts

Students Compete in the Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge to Set a New World Record in Reading, Keep Skills Sharp all Summer

Contact:

Sara Sinek
Scholastic
212-343-6899
ssinek@scholastic.com

Nadia Almahdi
Scholastic
212-343-6355
nalmahdi@scholastic.com

 

The school with the most minutes read wins a visit from Dav Pilkey,
author of the bestselling Captain Underpants series

 

Scholastic Teams with School Districts, Communities to Send Summer Reading Book Packs Home

Contact:

Nadia Almahdi
Scholastic
212-343-6355
nalmahdi@scholastic.com

Summer learning loss can account for up to 85 percent of the reading achievement gap between low- and higher-income students

Study of Blended Learning Reading Program in Michigan Shows Significant Effects for Adolescent Learning Disabled Students

Contact:

Tyler Reed
Scholastic Inc.
212-343 6427
treed@scholastic.com

Students in System 44® significantly outperform their peers in control group

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