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

Brittany Sullivan  March 20th, 2018 

Do you know a librarian who is truly redefining the role—creatively going above and beyond to meet the needs of students and the school community? We’re looking for the...

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The end of this chapter: A fond farewell to Scholastic

Michael Barrett  March 16th, 2018 

"On Our Minds" writer, Mike Barrett, reflects on the joys of being an employee at Scholastic

Resources for talking with children about the National School Walkout

Scholastic  March 15th, 2018 

On March 14, tens of thousands of students across the United States walked out of their classrooms for 17 minutes at 10 a.m. local time as part of the National School...

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Watch the first trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald

Emily Morrow  March 13th, 2018 

Get your wands ready, Wizarding World fans, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald hits theaters this November, and the first trailer was just released!


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Announcing the country’s most creative teens!

Josephine Djonovic  March 13th, 2018 

The nonprofit Alliance for Young Artists & Writers has announced the national award recipients of the 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the...

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Scholastic Book Clubs flyer reveal: Top picks for March

Michael Barrett  March 12th, 2018 

Calling all educators and parents! Check out these great reads to build your classroom and home libraries!

Career Corner: A March Roundup of Scholastic Jobs

Julia Graeper  March 9th, 2018 

This month, we have a lot of new job postings highlighted as part of our regular "Career Corner" series. 

Can you survive 24 hours without your phone?

Loribelle Lapaix  March 9th, 2018 

Sundown-to-sundown on March 9–10 is observed as the National Day of Unplugging. As a challenge, or rather “digital detox,” it is asked that we detach from...

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On the podcast: Talking with kids about school violence and trauma

Emily Morrow  March 8th, 2018 

This week, we sat down with two experts: Dr. Jamie Howard of the Child Mind Institute, and Julie Ballew, a fifth grade teacher from Houston, Texas, to get their advice.

Throwback Thursday: Our first kid reporters

Gina Asprocolas  March 8th, 2018 

The Scholastic News Kids Press Corps launched in 2000, and we found coverage of the first kids reporters in our classroom magazines.

Inspiring diversity in STEM

Guest Blogger  March 6th, 2018 

Alicia Boler Davis broke barriers as GM’s head of manufacturing. DynaMath gets the story.

The Scholastic News Kids Press Corps is accepting Kid Reporter applications!

Brittany Sullivan  March 1st, 2018 

Do you know a student with a passion for writing and dream of becoming a journalist? Starting today, the award-winning Scholastic News Kids Press Corps—a...

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Exclusive excerpt reveal: Sparks by Ian Boothby and Nina Matsumoto

Gina Asprocolas  February 27th, 2018 

Meet the super dog that's the cat's meow!

Live from Our Library: Celebrating African American Voices in Children’s Literature

Gina Asprocolas  February 26th, 2018 

This month's edition of Live from Our Library was all about highlight African-American voices.

On the podcast: Sayantani DasGupta and The Serpent's Secret

Emily Morrow  February 23rd, 2018 

This week, we released a new podcast episode! We sat down with Sayantani DasGupta, the author of the forthcoming middle grade fantasy novel The Serpent's Secret...

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24 Scholastic Parents posts to read this month

Guest Blogger  February 23rd, 2018 

here are some recent posts from the Scholastic Parents blogs that you should be sure to bookmark and read this month! 

Resources for teachers as Scholastic responds to the school shooting in Parkland, Florida

Scholastic  February 21st, 2018 

One of our roles here at Scholastic is to provide educators the resources they need to do the important work they do.

Remembering and reading children’s books as an adult

Guest Blogger  February 20th, 2018 

Our blogger moved to a new apartment...and unpacked her bookshelf first! Read more about the books she loved revisiting. 

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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A very sweet Graphix takeover

Gina Asprocolas  February 15th, 2018 
For Valentine's Day, our friends at Graphix shared some of the sweeter moments from their various titles on Twitter with a #LoveGraphix takeover!

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!

Happy birthday, Clifford!

Emily Morrow  February 14th, 2018 

February 14 is an important day around the Scholastic offices, and not just because it's Valentine's Day: It's Clifford's birthday! 

Each year, we make sure to...

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Klutz honors #HistoryMakers throughout February

Guest Blogger  February 13th, 2018 

In celebration of Black History Month, we're highlighting key makers throughout history who have shaped technology, art, and culture.

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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