Education

10,000 Teachers Share Views on the Teaching Profession in new "Primary Sources" Report

The average teacher workday is 10 Hours, 40 Minutes; 89% of teachers are satisfied in Their jobs
Teachers speak on testing, family engagement, and increased poverty in schools in survey by Scholastic & the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

First Lady Michelle Obama Shares Food Craving, Discusses Fitness, Being the First Mom with "Scholastic News" Kid Reporter

 

First Lady interview is second White House exclusive for Kid Reporter Topanga Sena of Orlando

 

New York, NY — March 12, 2012 — Scholastic News® Kid Reporter Topanga Sena, 11, of Orlando, Florida sat down for an exclusive interview with First Lady Michelle Obama when she was in Orlando, Florida, wrapping up her Let’s Move! second anniversary tour.

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.

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

 

Discover More About Penguins, Planets and People in New Multi-Platform Non-Fiction Series from Scholastic

Each graphically-rich print book comes with free downloadable and whiteboard-ready digital content to enhance learning in school and at home

News from the Iowa Caucuses Helps Launch Scholastic News Election 2012 Website

 

Election resource for kids, teachers and parents, plus reports from the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps on the campaign trail

 

New Teaching with Brian Selznick Website Launches with a Virtual Field Trip to the American Museum of Natural History

Free Teaching Materials and Classroom Activities Bring Bestsellers Wonderstruck and The Invention of Hugo Cabret to Life in the Classroom at www.scholastic.com/teachbrianselznick

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

 

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