“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.

Struggling Readers Get Second Chance With System 44, Proven Phonics Instruction


Scholastic develops comprehensive technology to address deepest reading gaps, teams with Dr. Marilyn Adams, premiere expert on early reading and phonics


Scholastic, San Antonio Public Library Foundation Announce Campaign to Get San Antonio Families Reading


"Leer da poder" (Reading Empowers) Launches at "Reading Fiesta!" January 24; Families Enjoy Author Readings, Local Performances, Book-Themed Costumed Characters, Interactive Reading Games, and More!


READ180 California Edition Adopted by the California State Board of Education


Program will Provide Intensive Intervention in Reading/Language Arts for Struggling Readers and English Learners in Grades 4-8


Authorship Team Includes Nationally Known Researchers
Dr. Kate Kinsella and Dr. Marilyn Adams

It’s Not Too Late to Vote! Scholastic News Kids’ Election Poll Now Open At

New York, NY (September 29, 2008) – Will it be John McCain or Barack Obama?  The Scholastic Presidential Election Poll is an opportunity for students to cast their votes for the 44th President of the United States.  Kids in their classrooms, libraries and homes across the country can make their voices heard at

Scholastic Book Clubs’ ClassroomsCare Teaches Kids the Value of Reading and Giving Back—to the Charities of Their Choice.


ClassroomsCare Now Includes Free Lesson Plans and Other Character Education Resources for Teachers


NEW YORK, NY — Aug. 27, 2008 — Each fall, millions of kids nationwide read their hearts out. Through the Scholastic Book Clubs’ ClassroomsCare program, participating classrooms are asked to read 100 books, and, in turn, Scholastic Book Clubs donates up to 1 million new books to kids in need. And this year, the program has gone to a whole new level.

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