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

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

School is Out, Learning Apps are In: New Ways to Keep Reading and Math Skills Sharp During Summer


FREE Apps, Storia™, Sushi Monster™ and the Scholastic Reading Timer, reinforce essential skills in a way that's fun for kids


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


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


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

All New "FASTT Math" Next Generation Helps Students Achieve Math Fact Fluency, a Critical Component of the Common Core Standards

New FASTT Math® includes educator dashboards, 18 new games built by experts in educational game design and 24/7 at-home access

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


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.

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