As seen in Education Week, according to a study published in the Journal of Neuroscience, elementary students who participated in music programs for two years...Read more
That is the catchphrase for 2014’s Library Card Sign Up Month campaign from the American Library Association, so today during my lunch break I signed up for a card at the...Read more
On this International Literacy Day, we're starting something new: a movement to help children become lifelong independent readers. We call it Open a World of Possible, and...Read more
...somewhere north of 300 million minutes. Impressive, right?
Readers often submit questions to Parent & Child Magazine. We liked this one so much, we wanted to share it with you here! Find more in the September issue of...Read more
Kids around the country are heading back to school! For most New York City students, classes begin this Thursday.
The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge ends in exactly one week from tomorrow!
Setting up a classroom is a task that would challenge the most talented interior designer. Classroom management isn’t just about managing people – it...Read more
Parents, a reminder: join us tonight for a #SummerToSchool Twitter chat!
Today is Melissa Luttman's last day as an intern here in Scholastic's corporate communications department! After a wonderful summer, we asked her some...Read more
This week marked one of our favorite events: Teacher Week @ Scholastic. The four-day event—free for all educators—offered more than 15 professional development sessions,...Read more
In between teaching tours, I discovered librarianship. So there is a marked difference between how I taught before and after teen librarian-ing in a...Read more
"When I began to read, I began to exist."