World Read Aloud Day

Let’s Keep the Read-Aloud Going Year-Round

Pam Allyn  //  Feb 4, 2021


The Importance of Read-Alouds for Immigrants and Refugees

Dr. Don Vu  //  Feb 2, 2021


Activities, Books, and Ideas for the 100th Day of School

Scholastic  //  Feb 1, 2021

World Read Aloud Day

World Read Aloud Day: A Conversation With Pam Allyn

Suzanne McCabe  //  Jan 28, 2021


Who Is Amanda Gorman? Meet the Youngest Inaugural Poet in American History

Editors of Scholastic Classroom Magazines  //  Jan 22, 2021

Superintendent Q&A

Superintendent Dr. Ann Levett Shares How Her District Has Navigated the Pandemic

Brittany Sullivan  //  Jan 11, 2021

Teacher Resources

Support for You and Your Students: Chaos at the U.S. Capitol

Lauren Tarshis  //  Jan 7, 2021


Giving Back, Moving Forward…Together

James Pond  //  Dec 21, 2020

Teacher & Principal School Report

What Teachers Want in Children’s Books

Deimosa Webber-Bey  //  Dec 15, 2020

Scholastic Professional

Scholastic Professional Authors Look Ahead to the New Year

Stephanie Agresti  //  Dec 11, 2020

The Top 5 Most-Read EDU Blog Posts of 2020

Brittany Sullivan  //  Dec 3, 2020


Meeting Students Where They Are: Q&A with Michael Haggen

Scholastic  //  Nov 30, 2020

Scholastic Professional

Jan Richardson & Ellen Lewis Discuss Tips for Implementing Short-Term Intervention Virtually

Jan Richardson and Ellen Lewis  //  Nov 23, 2020

Health & Wellness

Tips for Curbing Educator Burnout

Pam Allyn  //  Nov 18, 2020


What is the Best Way to Teach Vocabulary?

Dr. Elfrieda Hiebert  //  Nov 10, 2020

Scholastic Professional

Debunking Deficit-Centered Views of Our Children

Dr. Gholdy Muhammad  //  Nov 2, 2020

Teacher & Principal School Report

Professional Learning Trends for 2020 and Beyond

Dr. Carol Chanter  //  Oct 26, 2020


Transforming Classrooms with Project-Based Writing

Susan Van Zile  //  Oct 16, 2020


Strengths-Based Teaching is About Starting with the Known

Dr. Jamie Lipp  //  Oct 7, 2020