Does Scholastic accept unsolicited manuscripts?
Submitting Manuscripts and Teaching Ideas. Scholastic accepts unsolicited ideas in the area of Professional Books only.
Who owns Scholastic?
|ROBINSON RICHARD||Director, CEO, Chairman and President, Ten Percent Owner||3,993,779|
|HEDDEN ANDREWS S||Director, EVP, General Counsel||53,771|
|Lucchese Iole||EVP, Chief Strategy Officer||46,518|
|Boyko Alan J||President, Schl Book Fairs||45,869|
How do I cancel my scholastic Teachables Gold subscription?
You may cancel at any time by visiting the Manage Subscription page and adjusting your settings. Cancellation will prevent future charges, but no refunds will be provided.
How do I get a Scholastic access code?
Your access code is printed on the front page of the Teacher’s Guide you receive in the mail. We also send it to you via email. Once you’ve activated your account with the access code, you won’t have to do it again until the next school year.
Is there a Scholastic News App?
With the Flipgrid app, students can use video to share their responses to Scholastic News! Many of our teachers create a Flipgrid topic for a specific Scholastic News article, such as a debate or cover story.
Do schools still do book fairs?
So we bring the store to schools, big and small, across the country. Correction: An earlier version of this article said that Scholastic does book fairs at 120,000 US schools a year. They actually do 120,000 fairs at US schools every year, with some schools holding multiple fairs.
How do students login to Scholastic News?
Your students will need the classroom password to access Scholastic News Digital. To find your classroom password, click on the profile icon at the top-right of any page, then click on My Dashboard. This will take you to the Scholastic Digital Manager.
How much money does Scholastic make?
|Nonfiction topics||Children’s literacy and education|
|Revenue||US$1.6 billion (2016)|
|No. of employees||8,900 (2019)|
What is a book fair at school?
Along with hundreds of book choices, Book Fairs offer cool contests to get kids reading and thinking creatively. Kids Are Authors encourages students to work in groups and use reading, writing, and artistic skills to create their own books.
How much do schools make from Scholastic Book Fairs?
Earns 2% Scholastic Dollars profit* on year-round purchases. After your first Fair with sales of $2,500 (less tax), any additional Fairs with sales of $2,500 or above (less tax) will receive an additional 10% of sales in Scholastic Dollars on each of those individual Fairs.
Does the Weekly Reader still exist?
Weekly Reader was a weekly educational classroom magazine designed for children. In 2012, Weekly Reader ceased operations as an independent publication and merged with its new owner, Scholastic News, due primarily to market pressures to create digital editions as well as decreasing school budgets.