Teacher Training Programs: How Can We Really Be Prepared?

Allison Tallman  July 27th, 2016 
Teachers should leave their programs with a toolbox of strategies that work and activities to try on the first day of school.

Learning Supports: Is it Really New?

W.L. 'Trey' Holladay  July 25th, 2016 
We know that we must support the whole child as we set goals for our students’ academic success.

School's Out! Time to Reflect, Plan, and Enjoy the Summer

Madeline Boskey  July 20th, 2016 
It can be a challenge to find just the right balance between letting go of routines and responsibilities, and being able to truly embrace the lack of structure.

What I Learned in My First Year as Superintendent

Dana West  July 18th, 2016 
I’m the first to admit I didn’t know what to expect from my first year as superintendent, but I have put together some reflections and lessons-learned from the last year.

Ten Tips from Laura Robb: Classroom Libraries & Access to Books

Laura Robb  July 13th, 2016 
A rich and diverse classroom library offers students the choices needed to self-select books they can and want to read.

10 Things Educators Can Do Before Day One to Support Students on the Autism Spectrum (and a Giveaway!)

Anne Sparkman  July 7th, 2016  Comments • 38

Today we have a guest post from Barbara Boroson, author of Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Inclusive Classroom, How to Reach and Teach...

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Books for Babies: Creating a Culture of Community & Early Literacy

Cathy Whitehead  July 6th, 2016 
I knew I wanted to do something that would be fun for my class, use the reading, writing, and research skills we’d learned during the year, and involve our community.

The Compelling Why: Using Short Texts to Support Close Reading

Adria Klein  June 30th, 2016 
Using short informational texts can be a powerful instructional tool, but it’s not always clear exactly why we should use them…or how!

Fostering Independence: The Key to Small Group Instruction

Allison Tallman  June 22nd, 2016 
When it comes to small group instruction, you need successful systems out of your groups for things to work in your groups.

Tigers Read: Making Summer Learning a Team Effort

C.C. Bates and ...  June 21st, 2016 
Tigers Read! partners the nationally recognized Clemson University Football team’s head coach Dabo Swinney and his All in Team Foundation, Scholastic, and the CUTC in an... Read more

Creating Transformational Educational Leaders

Brian Smith  June 17th, 2016 

The superintendent position of any school district is an important role that all employees and students of the school system rely on, as well as the community as a whole....

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Hamilton 101

Wayne D'Orio  June 16th, 2016 
How the biggest show on Broadway teamed with two nonprofits to immerse high school students in American history—and challenge them to create their own performances.

Family and Community Engagement Is a Partnership

Michael Haggen  June 14th, 2016 
Effective family engagement is best achieved through a balanced and reciprocal partnership among schools, families and the community.

Reading Workshop: Thinking, Talking, & Learning

Maria Walther  June 13th, 2016 

I’m fortunate to be in a book club with a group of longtime friends, many of whom are retired teachers. On my drive home the other night, I was brimming with energy after...

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Storyworks Jr.: Differentiating Instruction with the Video Read-Aloud

Kara Corridan  June 9th, 2016 
We’re especially proud of our new approach to video, which we’re calling the Video Read-Aloud. We see it as a real game-changer for instruction.

Making Time for Science and Social Studies

Allison Tallman  June 1st, 2016 

Let’s face it—finding enough time to teach science and social studies can be a challenge. For example, as a first grade teacher, my schedule allows me only a single 30-...

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Making is a Community Event

Kristina Holzwe...  May 27th, 2016 
The maker movement has transformed the way students think and learn.

2016 National Advisory Council: Equity in Education

Julia Graeper  May 19th, 2016 
On May 19, 2016 Scholastic invited its National Advisory Council to participate in a day-long dialogue about equity in education.

“Ten Tips” from Phyllis C. Hunter: The First in a New Video Series

Phyllis C. Hunter  May 18th, 2016 
Scholastic Education is excited to introduce a new video series called “Ten Tips," featuring strategies for building literacy skills and fostering student achievement.

Live, Laugh, Love to Read: Literacy and Family Engagement at the Library of Congress

Bryonna Head  May 13th, 2016 
Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day is more than just a career day; it is about mentoring, and its origins are rooted in social justice and equality.

Alabama's Big Growth

Linda Felton-Smith  May 6th, 2016 
A dedication to removing learning barriers has resulted in dramatic improvements in some of the state’s most troubled districts.

What Happened at #EWA16? Some Twitter Highlights

Julia Graeper  May 5th, 2016 
Earlier this week, EWA held its annual national seminar in Boston, MA, inviting the nation's education reporters to open a dialogue about "The Quest for Quality and Equity"... Read more

Creating Positive Change in Detroit through Family and Community Engagement

Julia Graeper  April 27th, 2016 
If Detroit is to reclaim its position as a city of innovation, then we must transform the educational landscape to provide college- and career-ready students who are prepared... Read more

Hearing Trauma’s Voice: A Conversation With Lesley Koplow (Part 2)

Suzanne McCabe  April 22nd, 2016 
Children learn that literacy is a voice. When they hear a story about something that resonates with their own feelings, they can dictate, write, draw, or play about it,... Read more

Hearing Trauma's Voice: A Conversation with Lesley Koplow (Part 1)

Suzanne McCabe  April 20th, 2016 
Lesley Koplow is the Director of the Center for Emotionally Responsive Practice (ERP) at Bank Street College of Education. I recently spoke with her about efforts to help... Read more

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