Scholastic 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

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

 

Scholastic Earns Eight Educational Publishing Awards for its Education Programs and Magazines

Contact: Kristen Joerger, 212-389-3343, kjoerger@scholastic.com

Math Solutions Wins industry’s top honor, a Golden Lamp Award, for professional development

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

 

It's Not Only the Answer, It's How Students Solve the Problem that Counts in New Math Assessment for the Common Core

Developed by renowned math educator Marilyn Burns, the Math Reasoning Inventory (MRI) evaluates key conceptual math understandings and skills required in Common Core State Standards

SAUSALITO, CA — February 13, 2012 — A new math assessment tool developed by esteemed math educator Marilyn Burns, now available free to all teachers, not only cares about the answers students give, but also how they figured them out.

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

 

Keith Malone Joins Scholastic as Creative Director, Scholastic Education

October 3, 2011 — New York, N.Y. — Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL), the global children’s publishing, education and media company, announced today that Keith Malone has been named Creative Director for Scholastic Education, the company’s instructional and educational technology development group.

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

 

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