Today we welcome Associate Director of Publicity at Scholastic, Sheila Marie Everett, to the blog! She's got some last-minute ideas for how to...Read more
On November 22, 1963, the world's eyes were on Dallas. America's handsome young president, John F. Kennedy, had traveled there with his glamorous wife, Jacqueline, only to...Read more
We're welcoming Lizette Serrano, Director, Education/Library Marketing and Conventions Scholastic Trade Division to the blog today!
Are you looking for free educational resources for Thanksgiving? Well, look no further!
Since writing his million-copy bestseller, The Read-Aloud Handbook, in 1982, Jim Trelease has traveled to all 50 states and abroad, advocating the benefits...Read more
If you do one thing today, listen to this.
Danielle Klimashousky here from Scholastic Media to chat about World Kindess Day!
November 13th is World Kindness Day, a holiday...Read more
On this day in 1954, Ellis Island—once considered the "gateway to America"—officially shut its doors.
As a part of our Open a World of Possible initiative, we asked kids to share with us what "possible" means to them. Not only did they impress us with their vocabulary and...Read more
Barry Lane has written many professional books including But How Do You Teach Writing?, After The End, Revisers Toolbox, and 51 Wacky We-...Read more
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the beginning of the beloved Black Lagoon series. We are celebrating this incredible milestone in a few special...Read more
Guest blogger Julie Russell from the Scholastic Teacher Channel joins us today to talk about a special new Thanksgiving campaign.
Today, we have a guest post from Jen Barone, a Scholastic editor at Science World magazine. Jen is on an incredible adventure that may take her to the bottom of the...Read more
Educating in Indian country, I learned more than I taught; and immersed in the classroom with Native American teenagers, I had the reality check every teacher goes through...Read more