Education

Jan 14 2018

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Our Businesses

At the core of our programs and services is the understanding that literacy is the key to learning and achievement and our unwavering belief that all children can learn. Our goal at Scholastic is to light a spark within each and every child and “Open a World of Possible” through reading.

Children’s Books

Children's educational sites

Well-known Scholastic franchise titles include:

Scholastic sells approximately one out of every two children’s books purchased in the U.S.

  • Scholastic Trade Publishing releases about 600 original titles annually in the U.S. under 18 imprints, including bestsellers and award-winners, which appeal to established and fledgling readers.
  • Scholastic Book Clubs is in more than 80% of pre-K to grade 8 classrooms in the U.S. and continues to put free books into teachers’ hands.
  • Scholastic Book Fairs conducts about 120,000 school-based fairs annually in the U.S., helping schools create a community culture of reading.
  • Scholastic Entertainment takes beloved stories and characters such as Clifford the Big Red Dog В® , The Magic School Bus В® , and Goosebumps В® , beyond the page in educational and entertaining media.

Scholastic Education

Children's educational sites

Leading academics and experts partner with us to inform the programs we create, including:

Robert E. Probst

And many others

Scholastic Education is a leading provider of comprehensive literacy solutions reinforcing student achievement through instructional reading and writing, professional learning for teacher effectiveness and family and community engagement.

  • Scholastic Classroom Magazines have 14 million subscribers to its 30 print and digital magazines. Scholastic also produces Scholastic Teacher в„ў , America’s longest-running magazine for teachers in K–8 classrooms.
  • From Guided Reading and Classroom Books to digital resources including Scholastic GO! в„ў and BookFlix в„ў , supplemental programs provide solutions to fill critical resource gaps, options that build classroom libraries, and resources for differentiating reading instruction.
  • Scholastic Family and Community Engagement (FACE) partners with schools and districts to support literacy development for every child through programs and initiatives that strengthen relationships with families, connect the surrounding community with student learning, and increase access to books in the home.
  • Ongoing, relevant Professional Learning that is tailored for educators is critical. Scholastic supports overall professional growth in delivering high-quality literacy instruction through custom professional learning, coaching, leadership support, and renowned author thought leadership including their books, our offerings are designed to create lasting change and success.
  • Scholastic National Partnerships works with non-profit organizations, government agencies and some corporations to provide free books and educational materials to schools and families throughout the U.S.

International

Scholastic operates in countries around the world with original publishing of trade books and educational materials, distribution through Book Clubs and Book Fairs, instructional materials for schools, and exports to more than 165 countries.

Children's educational sites

Global Web Sites and

  • Scholastic publishes original educational materials from our Singapore offices, bringing best practices in mathematics instruction from the world’s most successful countries to a global audience. Scholastic also takes the best English language instructional practices from the U.S. Education division and makes them available to educators worldwide.
  • In conjunction with the U.S. Department of State, Scholastic published My Arabic Library, a collection of grade-leveled libraries for grades 1 through 6 that are now in use in every Arabic-speaking country in the world. Scholastic also published My Afghan Library in cooperation with the State Department and the Afghan Ministry of Education and distributed 2.3 million books to 27 of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces.

Children's educational sites


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