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Scholastic Corporation operates as a children’s publishing, education, and media company in the United States and internationally. The company’s Children’s Book Publishing and Distribution segment publishes and distributes children’s books through school-based book clubs and book fairs, ecommerce, and the trade channel. Its Educational Technology and Services segment provides curriculum-based learning technology and materials for grades pre-kindergarten to 12; and provides related implementation and assessment, and school consulting services. The company’s Classroom and Supplemental Materials Publishing segment offers children’s books, classroom magazines, supplemental classroom materials, custom curriculum and teaching guides, print and online reference products, and non-fiction products for grades pre-kindergarten to 12 in schools and libraries. Its Media, Licensing and Advertising segment creates and produces programming and digital content for various platforms, including television, DVDs, audio, movies, interactive games, applications, and websites; and offers a television library consisting of approximately 500 half-hour productions. It also produces television programming, including the animated series; young adult and children’s audio recordings for the school, library, and retail markets; and supplementary educational materials, as well as creates audiovisual adaptations of classic children’s picture books, and original and licensed consumer software, including handheld and console products for grades pre-K to 8. In addition, this segment develops literacy, education, and pro-social campaigns in partnership with non-profit organizations, government agencies, associations, and corporations. The company distributes its products and services through school-based book clubs and book fairs, as well as directly to schools and libraries through retail stores and the Internet. Scholastic Corporation was founded in 1920 and is headquartered in New York, New York.

9,600 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/29/13
Founded in 1920

scholastic corp (SL1) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President ...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.0M
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Administrative...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.2M
Executive Vice President and President of Sch...
Total Annual Compensation: $694.5K
Executive Vice President and President of Sch...
Total Annual Compensation: $690.6K
Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Se...
Total Annual Compensation: $623.1K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

scholastic corp (SL1) Key Developments

Scholastic Appoints Netta Rabin as Vice President of Product Development for Klutz Brand

Scholastic has appointed Netta Rabin as vice president of product development for Klutz brand. Based in New York and reporting to Stacy Lellos, Senior vice president and General Manager for Klutz, Rabin will lead the product development team and continue the great Klutz tradition of creating premium products that spark imagination and build creative confidence. Rabin joins the company from Workman Publishing where she was Associate Art Director and Editor for children's books, as well as non-fiction books and calendars for both the adult and children's lists.

Scholastic Corporation Appoints Stacy Lellos as Senior Vice President and General Manager for Klutz

Scholastic Corporation announced that it has appointed Stacy Lellos as senior vice president and general manager for Klutz, the books-plus brand from the company. Reporting to Ellie Berger, President of the company Trade Publishing, Lellos will carry on the great Klutz tradition of innovation, quality, creativity, and fun that has defined the brand for decades. Lellos, who has been VP of Marketing at Toys R Us since 2013, returns to the company where she has held a variety of publishing and marketing positions since 2000, most recently as vice president of Marketing and Multi-Platform Publishing for the Trade division. Based out of company headquarters in New York, Lellos will build a creative team and be responsible for all aspects of the Klutz brand and publishing program.

Scholastic Corporation Launches New Storia School Ebook Solution

Scholastic Corporation, has launched Storia School Edition, a subscription-based ebook solution for Pre-K through Grade 6, for group and individual classroom reading, and Core Clicks, a web-based instructional program for Kindergarten through Grade 5 that supports content area reading in social studies and science. A one-year subscription to Storia School Edition grants a school access to a carefully curated library of 2,000 well-known fiction and nonfiction ebooks for Pre-K-Grade 6. Titles cover an optimal range of Guided Reading and Lexile Levels for each grade and include recognizable fiction, award-winning literary classics, and engaging nonfiction to meet every student's reading level and interests. Storia School Edition supports concurrent usage within a school, allowing multiple students to access the same titles simultaneously. Storia School Edition features that support classroom reading include: A balanced library of fiction and nonfiction titles to introduce students to a variety of text types; Storia Close Reads, short informational articles and literary passages, provide opportunities for text marking and finding textual evidence related to story, structure, and point of view; Grade-appropriate dictionaries to build vocabulary; Reading Challenge comprehension quizzes; Highlighting and note-taking tools to help students focus their ideas; and Pronunciation tools and natural-voiced Read-to-Me audio in younger titles. Drawing on the vast nonfiction resources of Scholastic News and Weekly Reader, Core Clicks presents leveled informational texts on 18 topics per grade, all designed to provide content area reading in science and social studies while explicitly teaching Common Core Language Arts standards at each grade level. Detailed teaching of 13 key Spotlight Skills through lively starter videos and computer-based informational text analysis provides a complete nonfiction curriculum with a carefully curated collection of informational text for each grade level, K to 5. Key features of Core Clicks include: A 'three read' approach in which students read, analyze, and discuss the text while building key skills and vocabulary with each read-through; Interactive exercises, quizzes, and video content to reinforce skills and learning; and Varying levels of text complexity on topics ranging from Monsters of the Deep to Hurricane Hunters and Living History that are sure to keep kids wanting more.


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