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Introducing Storyworks Jr.

Kristen Joerger  April 15th, 2016 

Yesterday we announced our 33rd classroom magazine title: Storyworks Jr. It's a language-arts magazine tailored especially to third grade classrooms.

Haikus and how to write them

Guest Blogger  April 15th, 2016 

April is National Poetry Month, and April 17th is International Haiku Poetry Day, a day that encourages everyone to write their own haiku.

New podcast episode: Holly Robinson Peete

Megan Kaesshaefer  April 14th, 2016 

Our 11th podcast episode features author, actor and rockstar mom, Holly Robinson Peete! You may recognize her from Hangin' with Mr. Cooper...

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Cheerleader-style spelling and other fun preliteracy moments

Julia Graeper  April 13th, 2016 
There are also funny little moments that come up, which feel less academic somehow, but which still strike me as preliteracy signs to pay attention to, seize as learning... Read more

Jackie Robinson resources

Morgan Baden  April 11th, 2016 

Tonight the first in a two-part documentary by Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, and David McMahon about the legendary Jackie Robinson airs on PBS...

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Farewell to the last remaining founder of this blog

Morgan Baden  April 8th, 2016 

This blog was founded in 2008 (wow!) and today we're saying farewell to its last remaining founder, Tyler. 

Career Corner: An April roundup of Scholastic jobs

Julia Graeper  April 7th, 2016 

Are you interested in books, literacy, or education? Take a look at a selection our new job postings below, which we've highlighted as part of our "Career Corner" series,...

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Scholastic Teacher magazine: award-winner!

Julia Graeper  April 5th, 2016 

We are thrilled to report that Scholastic Teacher magazine has received two Jesse H. Neal Awards for Business Journalism, the most prestigious...

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New podcast episode: Phyllis Hunter

Megan Kaesshaefer  April 5th, 2016 

Phyllis Hunter has a way with words. This should come as no surprise — she's an author, a former teacher and a literacy expert who has advised both the President of the...

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Join the global movement of doing good!

Alexandra Wladich  April 5th, 2016 

April 10 is Good Deeds Day, an annual celebration that unites over 70 countries around the world in doing good deeds.

In Our Feeds: April Fools, subway book stacks, and a new Harry Potter cover!

Megan Kaesshaefer  April 1st, 2016 

Every Friday, we share a handful of links that we found funny, provocative or just plain cool. We call it In Our Feeds. Have a great weekend!

First of all...

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Meet Dr. KittyCat (+ a sweepstakes!)

Megan Kaesshaefer  March 31st, 2016 

Calling all pet lovers! Dr. KittyCat is one wacky, totally purr-fect cat and the star of an awesome new book series for 7-10 year olds.

In Our Feeds: Bruce Springsteen, April Fools' Day pranks, couples in literature and more!

Alexandra Wladich  March 25th, 2016 

Every Friday, we share a handful of links that we found funny, provocative or just plain cool. We call it In Our Feeds. Have a great weekend!

Scholastic reports Fiscal 2016 Third Quarter results

Scholastic  March 24th, 2016 

Scholastic Corporation has reported financial results for the Company’s fiscal 2016 third quarter ended February 29, 2016. You can read the complete press release here....

We’re looking for the next School Librarian of the Year

Brittany Sullivan  March 22nd, 2016 

Beginning today, the 2016 School Library Journal School Librarian of the Year Award is accepting entries!

Pre-registration for the Summer Reading Challenge is open!

Megan Kaesshaefer  March 21st, 2016 

Today's the day! Pre-registration for the 2016 Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge has officially begun!

If you're new to the...

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Teachers, get ready for summer reading!

Megan Kaesshaefer  March 17th, 2016 

Think it's too early to start planning for summer reading? Think again! Pre-registration for the 2016 Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge begins this coming Monday...

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Peace. Love. Books! #mybookfair

Alexandra Wladich  March 17th, 2016 

Schools across the country are bringing back the 1960’s by hosting the “Feelin' Groovy Scholastic Book Fair.” Through this groovy Scholastic Book Fair...

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How one librarian went from a job cut to School Librarian of the Year

Brittany Sullivan  March 8th, 2016 

Kristina Holzweiss of Bay Shore Middle School, Bay Shore, NY was named School Library Journal School Librarian of the Year in August 2015.

Career Corner: A March roundup of Scholastic jobs

Julia Graeper  March 8th, 2016 

It's March! We actually heard a few birds chirping outside, which reminds us of spring, and of new beginnings. Perhaps you're thinking of a fresh start for spring—if so,...

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Unexpected literacy moment: at the doctor's office!

Julia Graeper  March 7th, 2016 

My toddler daughter and I had an unexpected literacy moment last month: at the doctor's office! We regularly see a pediatric ophthamologist because my...

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New podcast episode: Sonia Manzano

Megan Kaesshaefer  March 7th, 2016 

You will likley recognize Sonia Manzano as the actress who played the charasmatic "Maria" on Seseame Street, but did you know she's worked on the show—as an actress and a...

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Free resources for Women's History Month

Alexandra Wladich  March 1st, 2016 

Celebrate Women’s History Month in your classroom with these free resources from Scholastic.com:

Scholastic and We Need Diverse Books announce an expanded partnership!

Morgan Baden  February 29th, 2016 

Last year, Scholastic and the non-profit organization We Need Diverse Books™ partnered to bring a special edition flyer featuring curated titles to schools.

Lexus Eco Challenge

Guest Blogger  February 29th, 2016 

Scientists at the University of California, Davis, issued a report in the summer of 2015 that included an estimate of what the state’s severe drought had cost its...

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