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Educators Can Enter Sweepstakes to Win a Whole-School Literacy Transformation, Including a Free Leveled Bookroom 4.0
Disrupting Thinking Defines Reading as a "Changemaker" and Explains How to Help Students Become Responsive, Responsible, and Compassionate Readers
Bestselling Author and Scholastic Summer Reading Global Ambassador Dav Pilkey Announces a National Educator Contest to Award Free Books to Schools
Students Ages 10-14 in the United States and Around the World Can Apply to Join a Team of Kid Reporters Covering "News for Kids by Kids"
World Read Aloud Day, February 16, 2017, will be celebrated globally with events in classrooms and communities, at school book fairs and virtual read alouds, and with a U.S. educator contest
The Kids & Family Reading Report™: 6th Edition presents new data on the increase in reading aloud to children ages 0-5, inequities in access to books in the home, parents' and kids' views on diversity in children's books and summer reading, and parents' list of must-read books for kids
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My Books Every Day Fosters Literacy Development by Strengthening the Link between School and Home
My Very Own Library Expands to Serve Students in: Chicago, IL; Kansas City, KS; Milwaukee, WI; Newark, NJ; Richmond, CA; Wilmington, DE and the Dominican Republic
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39 New and Returning Kid Reporters Across the United States and Abroad Cover "News for Kids, by Kids"
Eight Reporters from the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps Sit Down with First Lady Michelle Obama for Exclusive White House Interview
Sneak Peek of the Scholastic Kids & Family Reading Report™: 6th Edition (January 2017) reveals key data about the number of books in U.S. homes and where books are most commonly found
New Research Report Reveals Teachers' and Principals' Views on Equity in Education, Including Barriers to Equity, Funding Priorities, Engaging Families & Communities, and Professional Development
Nancie Atwell, Anne Atwell Merkel and Alan Lawrence Sitomer Author New Titles to Support Literacy Instruction; Laura Robb, Michael Smith and Jeff Wilhelm Will be Honored
The Original Publication for Crowdsourcing Professional Development and Classroom Ideas, Scholastic Teacher Magazine Has Remained the Trusted Resource for K-8 Classrooms since 1891
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Preschool-Grade 8 Teachers to Share Lesson Plan Ideas, Instructional Strategies, Family Engagement Tips, Book Lists and More on Scholastic.com
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