NEW YORK, June 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL), the global children's publishing, education and media company, was recognized with 21 AEP Awards for its classroom and professional magazines, educational programs and professional development resources from the Association of Educational Publishers (AEP). The Association of Educational Publishers' annual awards program recognizes high-quality learning resources and is acknowledged by educators, administrators, and parents nationwide as the most prestigious awards in the education industry. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20100907/SCHOLASTICLOGO ) Scholastic received a Golden Lamp Award, the educational resource industry's top honor, for Scholastic Action® Magazine, five Beacon Awards for Math Solutions®, and 15 Distinguished Achievement Awards in categories ranging from Design to Editorial to Professional Development. "We're honored that our magazines and education programs have been recognized by the AEP for their content, for their effectiveness in helping students and for supporting teachers and parents in this digital age," said Hugh Roome, President of Scholastic Consumer and Professional Publishing. "As the educational landscape continues to change, we have made it our mission to meet the needs of teachers, students and parents by providing them with resources that raise student achievement with engaging literature and rigorous nonfiction." GOLDEN LAMP WINNERPeriodicals:Scholastic ActionBEACON WINNERSGold Beacon Winner:Math Solutions: "Big Apple Multimedia Campaign"Catalog Winner:Math Solutions: "CCSS Catalog 2012"Digital Marketing Campaign:Math Solutions: "Bi gApple Institute"Integrated Materials Campaign:Math Solutions: "Big Apple Multimedia Campaign"Videos, Webinars, and Podcasts :Math Solutions: " Explain it to Me! Mathematical Practices"DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENT AWARDSArticleDesign, PreK-12:Scholastic Choices®: "A Fast-Food Survival Kit" Cover, PreK-12:The New York TimesUpfront®: "Will Scotland Break Free?" Illustration/Online Graphic, PreK-12: ScholasticStoryWorks®: "The Secret Soldier" Whole Publication Design, PreK-12: Scholastic Art®: " Tim Burton: Working with Fantasy" Editorial: Department/Column, Adult: Scholastic Instructor™: "News + Notes" Editorial: Department/Column, PreK-12: The New York TimesUpfront: "Times Past" News Story Adult: ScholasticAdministrator™: " Idaho: Ground Zero" News Story PreK-12: The New York Times Upfront: "Race Matters" WHOLE PUBLICATIONDigital Publication, PreK-12: ScholasticNews InteractiveNewsletter/E-Newsletter, PreK-12: Clifford the Big Red Dog®One-Theme Issue, PreK-12: ScholasticART: Tim Burton: Working With Fantasy 2013 DAA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WINNERS Assessment and Remediation: Math Solutions: "Solving for Why: Understanding, Assessing, and Teaching Students Who Struggle with Math" Subject Area: Math Solutions: "It Makes Sense Using the Hundreds Chart to Build Number Sense" 2013 DAA SUPPLEMENTAL RESOURCES WINNERS Assessment: Independent Reading Assessment: FictionSocial Studies:Election 2012 Website For more information about Scholastic, visit our media room http://mediaroom.scholastic.com. SOURCE Scholastic Inc.