Education

Scholastic to Sell Educational Technology Business to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for $575 Million

To Focus on Global Core Children’s Books and
Supplemental Education Businesses

Asbury Park School District Invests in Literacy for All

Contact:

Chanta Jackson
Asbury Park School District
JacksonC@asburypark.k12.nj.us
732-776-2606x2475

Anne Sparkman
Scholastic Inc.
asparkman@scholastic.com
212-343-6657

Scholastic Announces Nonfiction Holocaust Reader for Classrooms

Contact:

Kristen Joerger
kjoerger@scholastic.com
212-389-3343

Book for Grades 7-10 Includes Primary-Source Materials, Activities, Lesson Plans, and More for Students and Teachers

 

New Edition of Teaching Resource for K–8 Math Answers Questions Teachers Are Asking

Contact:

Alexandra Wladich
212-965-7353
awladich@scholastic.com

About Teaching Mathematics, Fourth Edition by Marilyn Burns Gives K–8 Teachers Actionable Strategies to Help Students Become Confident Learners in Math

Scholastic Announces New Edition of Popular Classroom Library by Phyllis C. Hunter for Grades K–5

Contact:

Alex Wladich
awladich@scholastic.com
(212) 965-7353

 

The Phyllis C. Hunter Classroom Library 2nd Edition
Engages Students through Award-Winning and Diverse Titles

 

Scholastic Adds Two New Offerings to Support Small Group Instruction in K–6 ELA Classrooms

Contact:
Alexandra Wladich
Scholastic Inc.
awladich@scholastic.com
(212) 965-7353

 

Guided Reading Short ReadsEngages Students through Complex Informational Texts and Academic Vocabulary; Leveled Bookroom 3rd Edition Provides Schools with More than 5,000 Leveled Texts, Formative Assessments, and Digital Tools for Teachers

 

Scholastic Announces First-of-Their-Kind Literacy Events to Help Schools Support Family and Community Engagement

Contact:
Alexandra Wladich
Scholastic Inc.
awladich@scholastic.com
(212) 965-7353

 

Scholastic Literacy Events Help Schools and Communities Engage Families and Students in Grades Pre K5 by Providing Them with Access to Books and Educational Materials

 

Effingham County Students Make Dramatic Reading Gains in 2013-14 School Year

Contact:

Tyler Reed
Scholastic Inc.
treed@scholastic.com
(212) 343-6427

 

 

Nearly Half of the Students in the District’s Scholastic READ 180® Intervention Program Gained the Equivalent of Two Years in Reading Ability; 65 percent of 9th-graders in READ 180 passed the end-of-year state literature test

 

Lee Peters Named Senior Vice President, Strategic Marketing for Scholastic Education

Contact:

Kyle Good
Scholastic Inc.
kgood@scholastic.com
(212) 343-4563

Tyler Reed
Scholastic Inc.
treed@scholastic.com
(212) 343-6427

 

New York, NY — July 17, 2014 ­­— Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL), the global children’s publishing, education and media company, today announced the appointment of Lee Peters as Senior Vice President, Strategic Marketing for Scholastic Education.

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