Education

Live from the 2018 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show: A Kid Reporter goes behind-the-scenes!

Stephanie Agresti  February 16th, 2018 

Over 2,882 dogs and their handlers gathered at New York City’s Madison Garden this week where Scholastic News Kid Reporter Amelia Poor...

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Teachers of grades 7–12, we’d love to see your students’ artwork!

Guest Blogger  February 15th, 2018 

Scholastic and LIFEWTR teamed up to create Ignite Inspiration!, a program that celebrates arts in education and encourages students to explore their...

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Author & literacy expert Pam Allyn kicks-off nationwide Super Reader Road Trip!

Brittany Sullivan  February 15th, 2018 

It might only be February, but it’s never too early to start thinking about summer reading!

Webinar Feb 20: Empowering Students and Families While Stemming Summer Reading Loss

Brittany Sullivan  February 12th, 2018 

Join us for a special webinar on Tuesday, February 20 as we dive deep into findings on how summer reading activities directly contribute to reducing or stemming summer...

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Celebrating Take Your Child to the Library Day!

Brittany Sullivan  February 8th, 2018 

From animated story times, to creative arts and crafts sessions, to even giant board games, parents proudly proved that Take Your Child to the Library Day...

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We took classrooms on a virtual field trip to the Museum of the American Revolution

Emily Morrow  February 8th, 2018 

This week, we released a brand new virtual field trip that allowed classrooms around the country to travel to Philadelphia, PA, and tour the Museum of the American...

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Career Corner: A February Roundup of Scholastic Jobs

Julia Graeper  February 6th, 2018 

This month, we have some new job postings highlighted as part of our regular "Career Corner" series. Perhaps you'd be the right fit for one!

New and improved Rookie Toddler Board Books

Brittany Sullivan  February 5th, 2018 

We’re excited to introduce our new and improved Rookie Toddler Board Books! These simple, engaging texts are easy for toddlers to hold and feature big,...

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Celebrate National Black History Month with books & more!

Loribelle Lapaix  February 2nd, 2018 

On Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I was excited to hear what my five-year-old niece and four-year-old nephew learned in school. When I asked them what they learned about...

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Live from our library: Best Kids’ Books to Hit the Big Screen!

Nicole Ortiz  January 26th, 2018 

Scholastic's librarian Deimosa Webber-Bey went live on our Scholastic Parents Facebook page this afternoon to talk about the best kids' books that have recently hit...

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Save the date! Celebrate World Read Aloud Day on February 1

Josephine Djonovic  January 24th, 2018 

To help families and educators discover the power and joy of reading aloud, LitWorld and Scholastic are hosting World Read Aloud Day on February 1. This year’s World Read...

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Top tips from our education experts

Brittany Sullivan  January 19th, 2018 

Looking for some quick ways to transform your professional development in the New Year? In our Ten Tips video series, we gathered unique insights from our...

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Twitter Chat Recap: Supporting striving readers with Stephanie Harvey & Annie Ward

Brittany Sullivan  January 17th, 2018 

In case you missed it, last night we hosted a #FromStrivingToThriving Twitter chat on @ScholasticTeach with literacy specialists Stephanie Harvey...

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Supreme Court cases every teen should know

Stephanie Agresti  January 11th, 2018 

An important part of civic engagement is having an understanding of our government and how it works. While the many facets of our democracy can be complex, there are...

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Career Corner: A January Roundup of Scholastic Jobs

Julia Graeper  January 4th, 2018 

Happy New Year from Scholatic!

Five tips that kids can utilize to be changemakers

Stephanie Agresti  January 3rd, 2018 

Kids everywhere have the power to make a difference in their communities and around the world. This past year, so many incredible kids committed to...

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School Librarians of the Year look ahead to 2018 education trends

Brittany Sullivan  December 20th, 2017 

What education trends will be big in the New Year? We asked all four School Library Journal School Librarians of the Year—Michelle Carlson Colte, Kristina A.

Our best education stories of 2017

Julia Graeper  December 19th, 2017 

All of these stories are either really smart, or funny, or full of heart, or offers a new and exciting way to think about the education topics we grapple with all day long...

10 memorable Kid Reporter moments of 2017

Brittany Sullivan  December 15th, 2017 

This was an action-packed year for the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps—a team of talented young reporters, ages 10–14, from across the country and around...

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Hanukkah books and resources

Morgan Baden  December 12th, 2017 

Hanukkah begins at sundown on December 12. (Hey, that's today!) We have plenty of book lists and activities for families to help celebrate this special time of year. 

Career Corner: A December Roundup of Scholastic Jobs

Julia Graeper  December 12th, 2017 

This month, Scholastic has some new job postings highlighted as part of our regular "Career Corner" series. Perhaps you'd be the right fit for one! As always, you can also...

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The 10 coolest kids we met in 2017

Brittany Sullivan  December 7th, 2017 

This year, the editors of Scholastic Classroom Magazines featured the real-life stories of some truly extraordinary kids who are overcoming obstacles,...

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Tips to help kids find trustworthy sources

Stephanie Agresti  December 6th, 2017 

Starting at a young age, it’s important for kids to learn how to search for information to stay informed and learn about the world around them. In addition to looking up...

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15 librarians to follow on Instagram

Brittany Sullivan  December 5th, 2017 

It’s no secret that school librarians and libraries play a critical role in today’s schools and have a positive impact on student learning (don’t miss the School...

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Rosa Parks refused to stand

Loribelle Lapaix  December 1st, 2017 

On this date in 1955, Rosa Parks, a black seamstress, boarded a bus in Montgomery, Alabama and made history helping ignite the Civil Rights Movement....

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