Education

Scholastic Launches “R.E.A.L.,” a Nationwide Mentoring and Literacy Program

Business and Community Leaders Visit Schools, Read to Kids as Part of Scholastic R.E.A.L.: Read. Excel. Achieve. Lead.

Scholastic “Cozy Corner” Brings Storytime to Life at Libraries and Early Childhood Centers

Cozy Corner is the Latest Addition to Scholastic Early Childhood Education Programs and Services Eligible for Economic Stimulus Funding

NEW YORK (May 6, 2009) – Storytime just got even better for kids everywhere.

Summer Reading Kicks Off at Scholastic: Are You Up for the Challenge?

Scholastic Summer Challenge Campaign Uses Online Games and Community
to Get Kids Excited About Reading “4 or More” Books This Summer

Live Online Game Show Web Cast Hosted by Jon Scieszka on April 30th
at 1:00 p.m. (ET) at www.scholastic.com/summer

READ 180 Turns Struggling Readers Into All-Stars

READ 180 Turns Struggling Readers Into All-Stars

Scholastic Recognizes Nine READ 180® All-Stars Award Recipients for
Turning Their Lives Around and Learning to Read

 

Scholastic Launches Online Information Portal On American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for Educators

 

Resource Provides Information on Act and Learning Solutions Aligned to Title I, IDEA, EETT and Other Funding Sources

 

February 26, 2009 — New York, NY — Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL) announced today the launch of an online resource to help educators access up-to-date information about the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). The information portal is available at www.scholastic.com/economicrecovery.

“Junior Scholastic,” Leading News for Kids Magazine for Grades 6–8, Selects Fifteen Students as Youth Advisers

New York, NY (February 2, 2009) – Junior Scholastic®, a leading source for news for kids in classrooms serving students and teachers in grades 6-8 for more than 70 years, has selected fifteen middle school students from around the country to be members of the 2009 student advisory board. Each issue of Junior Scholastic provides timely and compelling articles, classroom plays and features on American and world history, global studies, government and geography.

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