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America's long-running magazine for teachers celebrates 125 years

Alexandra Wladich  November 11th, 2016 

Did you know that teachers in the early- to mid-20th century were expected to educate children in nutrition, morality, even gum massage? 

Career Corner: A November Roundup of Scholastic Jobs

Julia Graeper  November 9th, 2016 
We have some new job postings, which we've highlighted as part of our regular "Career Corner" series.

Mark your calendars! A Facebook Live with autism expert, Barbara Boroson

Alexandra Wladich  November 7th, 2016 

Join us on the Scholastic Teachers Facebook page on Thursday, November 10 at 3pmET for Facebook Live with Barbara Boroson, author of...

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An update from the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps: Carla Hayden, Malala, Fantastic Beasts & more!

Brittany Sullivan  November 3rd, 2016 

Kid Reporters in the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps have been busy covering the campaign trail this year (don’t miss this feature in The New York Times!) but...

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Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge Celebrations

Nicole Ortiz  November 3rd, 2016 
This past summer, nearly 250,000 kids from across the globe participated in the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge, reading a total of 204,594,918 million minutes! This was... Read more

First look flyer: Scholastic Reading Club - November 2016

Michael Barrett  November 2nd, 2016 
In case you missed it, The Scholastic Reading Club “Book Boys” hosted our monthly "First Look Flyer” yesterday for our November catalogs. Check out their "top picks"!

Comparing the candidates: 1924 and today

Julia Graeper  November 2nd, 2016 
We dug up a comparison of the 1924 party platforms, published by The Scholastic, and thought it would be fun to compare them with 2016.

Five easy ways to be a reading role model

Alexandra Wladich  November 2nd, 2016 

November is “National Inspirational Role Models Month.” To celebrate, we wanted to share some ways you can be a reading role model.

At Scholastic,we know that...

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Looking to be inspired? Check out Reader Leader!

Julia Graeper  October 28th, 2016 

Every time I stop by the Reader Leader blog, I read something so smart and interesting that I want to tell my friends, co-workers or husband about it. The "reader leaders...

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Watch: R.L. Stine and Dan Poblocki talk Halloween and spooky stories

Morgan Baden  October 28th, 2016 

It's tradition to involve Goosebumps creator R.L. Stine in any Halloween activities. Over the years, he's taken over Scholastic's social media accounts (multiple times!),...

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New video series: Mr. Schu Goes to the Book Fair

Alexandra Wladich  October 27th, 2016 

Today, we caught up with John Schumacher, Ambassador for School Libraries for Scholastic Book Fairs, to hear about his newest video series, Mr. Schu Goes to the...

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#MyCreativeYear: Why Creative Teens Should Share Their Story

Michael Barrett  October 26th, 2016 

Today’s teens have many ways to connect and share with their peers including online, social media, texting and more.  Even though there are countless options available,...

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The Beatles: Influencing Yesterday and Today

Gina Asprocolas  October 25th, 2016 

Last Wednesday was an exciting day here at Scholastic – we hosted a live webcast presented by TeachRock.org in our Auditorium for New York City students all about the...

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Abracadabra, hocus pocus, allakhazam!

Guest Blogger  October 24th, 2016 

October 25-31 is National Magic Week! Our friends at KLUTZ share a secret magic trick just for Scholastic readers. Enjoy!

Summer reading spotlight: Nigeria

Michael Barrett  October 21st, 2016 

As part of our celebration around the 2016 Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge, we're highlighting the stories of participating schools around the...

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Dear teachers and friends of Scholastic...

Scholastic  October 20th, 2016 

In honor of Scholastic's anniversary today, our CEO, Dick Robinson, penned a letter thanking teachers for helping to shape and improve children's lives every...

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Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: Submissions Questions

Michael Barrett  October 19th, 2016 

In case you missed it, The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers hosted a Facebook Live event last week to help answer our most popular "Call for Submissions" questions...

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The Scholastic News® Student Vote results are in! Hillary Clinton picked to win 2016 presidential election

Brittany Sullivan  October 18th, 2016 

Approximately 153,000 K–12 students in all 50 states and the District of Columbia cast their ballots in the 2016 Scholastic News® Student...

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Remembering Bob Minzesheimer

Scholastic  October 17th, 2016 

Today our thoughts are with Bob Minzesheimer's family and loved ones. Bob was a known presence here at Scholastic, thanks to his decades of work writing about books and...

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This story (and pledge!) will save teens’ lives

Guest Blogger  October 17th, 2016 

This week is National Teen Driver Safety Week, and today we have a guest post from Kim Tranell, editor of Choices, Scholastic’s health and life...

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My bookprint: Reading at the dinner table

Guest Blogger  October 14th, 2016 

Meet Joanne Corrielus, the fall intern in Scholastic's Corporate Comunications department.

Career Corner: An October Roundup of Scholastic Jobs

Julia Graeper  October 13th, 2016 

It's that time again! We have some new job postings, which we've highlighted as part of our regular "Career Corner" series. Perhaps you'd be the right fit for one!

LGBTQ History Month for Readers

Michael Barrett  October 12th, 2016 

October is a very important month for the LGBTQIA community. Between LGBT History month, National Coming Out Day and LGBT Center Awareness Day, this is a great opportunity...

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Get the most out of parent-teacher conferences

Guest Blogger  October 10th, 2016 
How can you get the most out of those 7-10 minutes?

Scholastic at New York Comic Con: A social media recap

Gina Asprocolas  October 10th, 2016 

Last weekend was New York Comic Con, one of the biggest fan conventions in the country, and Scholastic was there with both popular panel speakers – like...

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