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United States

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e United States under the imprints Children’s Press and Franklin Watts. The company is a publisher of classroom magazines. Teachers in grades pre-K to 12 use the company’s 31 classroom magazines, including Scholastic News, Junior Scholastic, and Weekly Reader, to supplement formal learning programs by bringing subjects of current interest into the classroom, including literature, math, science, current events, social studies, and foreign languages. These offerings provide schools with non-fiction material, which is required to meet Common Core State Standards. Each magazine has its own Website with online digital resources that supplement the print materials. The majority of magazines purchased are paid for with school or district funds, with parents and teachers paying for the balance. Media, Licensing and Advertising segment This segment includes the production and/or distribution of digital media, movie production, consumer promotions and merchandising and advertising revenue, including sponsorship programs. Production and Distribution The company, through Scholastic Media, creates and produces programming and digital content for various platforms, including television, DVDs, audio, movies, interactive games, applications, and Websites. Scholastic Media builds consumer awareness and value for the company’s franchises by creating family-focused media that form the foundation for the company’s global branding campaigns. Scholastic Media consists of Scholastic Entertainment Inc. (SEI); Scholastic Audio; Soup2Nuts Inc. (S2N); Weston Woods Studios, Inc.; and Scholastic Interactive L.L.C. SEI has built a television library of half-hour productions, including Clifford The Big Red Dog, Clifford’s Puppy Days, Dear America, I Spy, WordGirl, Maya & Miguel, The Magic School Bus, Goosebumps, Turbo Dogs, Animorphs, Horrible Histories, The Baby-sitters Club, and Sammy’s Storyshop. These series have been sold in the United States and internationally. S2N is an animation and audio production studio, supplying animation and audio services for the company that supports audio books and SEI programming, including the Emmy award-winning animated series Word Girl. Weston Woods Studios, Inc. creates audio visual adaptations of classic children’s picture books, such as Where the Wild Things Are, Chrysanthemum and Make Way for Ducklings, which are initially produced for the school and library market, and are distributed through the retail market. Scholastic Audio produces young adult and children’s audio recordings for the school, library, and retail markets. Scholastic Interactive L.L.C. designs and produces software, applications, games, etc., based on the company’s properties, for grades pre-K to 8. Its products are distributed through the company’s school-based book clubs and book fairs, as well as to the library/teacher market and the retail market. The company’s titles for Leapster and LeapPad include the series I Spy, Brain Play, Clifford, Goosebumps, The Magic School Bus, The 39 Clues series, Scholastic Animal Genius, and Math Missions. Other Also included in this segment is Scholastic National Partnerships, which partners with non-profit organizations, government agencies, associations, and selected corporations to develop literacy, education, and pro-social campaigns, which are aligned to the company’s corporate mission of supporting children’s reading and learning in classrooms and at home, and the company’s consumer magazines business, including Parent and Child and Instructor Magazines. International segment This segment includes the publication and distribution of products and services outside the United States by the company’s international operations, and its export and foreign rights businesses. The company’s international operations have original trade and educational publishing programs; distribute children’s books, software, and other materials through school-based book clubs, school-based book fairs and trade channels; engage in direct sales in shopping malls and door to door; produce and distribute magazines; and offer online services. In Asia, the company also publishes and distri

 

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