March 23rd, 2017
The really great, meaty questions will not only lead you to a better understanding of a student’s ability, they will inspire critical thinking and creativity.
March 13th, 2017
It is not enough simply to have books—the collection must be diverse in genre, subject, and reading level, meeting the individual needs of all students.
February 23rd, 2017
Be focused about your teaching objective and work to build confidence in developing young writers by building skills one-smart-step at a time.
February 21st, 2017
Reading aloud can make a significant impact on the literacy achievement of all children, even those who are already independent readers.
February 13th, 2017
The critical-thinking skills kids develop in school can help them become thoughtful, curious, and media-literate individuals.
February 9th, 2017
Join us as we celebrate the power of reading aloud on World Read Aloud Day this February 16, 2017.
January 25th, 2017
Todd Burleson of Hubbard Woods School in Winnetka, IL, was named School Library Journal School Librarian of the Year in August 2016.
January 19th, 2017
My sixth graders announced to me that I had to call the word work we were doing magic. “It’s MAGIC, Ms. Zinke! No, really, you have to call it that!”
January 18th, 2017
Successful independent reading practices are not supplemental; rather, they are integrated into all literacy instruction and every classroom and home environment.
January 17th, 2017
While the path to effective family engagement will look a bit different for every school, below are five action steps that schools can employ to engage families and... Read more
January 11th, 2017
This child received the resources and actions he needed to be successful. Other children were given the same opportunity, but did not need it like he did.
January 4th, 2017
The school library is often a refuge for students, a safe space where students are comfortable and free to be themselves.
December 29th, 2016
Michael Haggen, Chief Academic Officer, Scholastic Education, predicts the top education stories in 2017.
December 29th, 2016
Here are our picks for the five most salient education stories of the past year.
December 22nd, 2016
You can motivate and engage teachers by having them learn during faculty meetings in ways that you want their students to learn.
December 20th, 2016
What is it that the children carry with them that is not visible, but all the same, impacts who they are and how they learn?
December 14th, 2016
What do you want to read more about on EDU? I invite you to take an edu@scholastic reader survey, and enter to win a giveaway!
December 8th, 2016
To support students in small group instruction, teachers must have real-time data that relates to fluency, decoding, and comprehension.
November 30th, 2016
The library offers a unique opportunity to extend the classroom into students’ homes and devices, and a great way to accomplish this is through social media.
November 21st, 2016
I see it as my responsibility to ensure that every single student, no matter what country they come from or what language they speak, has access to a quality education.
November 16th, 2016
Greg Worrell, President, Scholastic Education, joins edu@scholastic to discuss research findings around barriers to equity in education from the Teacher & Principal... Read more
November 15th, 2016
The Teacher & Principal School Report: Equity in Education, a national survey of teachers and principals will be released on November 16.
November 14th, 2016
We'll be at NCTE, of course, and are excited to talk with educators from across the country about literacy and learning!
November 11th, 2016
For students to develop the 21st-century skills that prepare them for further education and a job market that requires strong literacy, they need the 4Cs: collaboration,... Read more
November 9th, 2016
Jeffrey Wilhelm's book Reading Unbound: Why Kids Need to Read What They Want and Why We Should Let Them (co-authored with Michael W. Smith) has been awarded... Read more