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- Councils honored community service. // Reading Today;Jun/Jul2001, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p26
Presents the reading councils of the International Reading Association which received the 2000 to 2001 Local Council Community Service Awards from Scholastic Inc. Springfield Council of Missouri; Jordan Council of Midvale, Utah; North Central Reading Council of Minot, North Dakota.
- Big red dog Clifford celebrates 30th birthday. // Playthings;Sep93, Vol. 91 Issue 9, p80
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- Scholastic signs international agreements. // Playthings;Sep96, Vol. 94 Issue 9, p46
Reports that Scholastic Production has signed agreements with international licensing agents in 16 territories for its `Goosebumps' and `The Magic School Bus' book and television.
- Promotions highlight Magic School Bus' 10th. // Playthings;Nov96, Vol. 94 Issue 11, p46
Highlights the 10th anniversary of Scholastic's The Magic School Bus. Schedule of activities; Dairy Queen's offering of Magic School Bus collectibles.
- Scholastic trees. Redenbo, Kurt // American Forests;Mar/Apr94, Vol. 100 Issue 3/4, p10
Reports on Scholastic Inc.'s program linking readers with tree planting. Trees planted in behalf of educators who renew early for Classroom Magazine Division titles; Letting readers know about American Forests' innovative conservation education materials.
- Enter the scholastic art and writing awards. // Scholastic Update;11/4/94, Vol. 127 Issue 5, p22
Invites the typical American seventh to 12th grade reader to join the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition. Prizes at stake; Mechanics of the competition; Deadlines for submission of entries; Administrators and sponsors of the competition; Past winners of the awards and their winning...
- Scholastic makes the grade in H'wood. Cox, Dan // Variety;1/23/95, Vol. 357 Issue 12, p13
Reports on Scholastic Productions' plan to become a top producer of feature films for children. Background on Scholastic Productions; Business performance; Television programs produced; Promotion and advertising of its film releases; Production of films for children.
- Scholastic plans to go public (again) to raise $67 million. Hilts, P.; Reuter, M. // Publishers Weekly;1/20/1992, Vol. 239 Issue 4, p11
States that Scholastic Corp. has filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a proposed initial public offering of 4.3 million shares of its common stock. Expected price of shares; Offered internationally as well as in the United States; Company's share of the...
- Mathematics education games. Kohl, L. // Macworld;May92, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p191
Reviews the Math Shop series, math educational software from Scholastic: Math Shop, Math Shop Jr., and Advanced Math Shop. Differences among programs; Types of problems in games; How the games are played; Tedious movement between fields; Levels; Drawbacks.