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Last $43.81 USD
Change Today -0.97 / -2.17%
Volume 35.0K
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series, the Spirit Animal series, the Wings of Fire series, and the I Survived series, as well as other titles, such as Star Wars: Jedi Academy by Jeffrey Brown. Educational Technology and Services segment This segment comprises Scholastic Education, which includes the company’s core curriculum publishing operations, develops and distributes technology-based instructional materials directly to schools in the United States, primarily purchased through school and district budgets, with the help of federal and state funding, as well as local funding. These operations include reading and math improvement programs and other educational technology products, as well as consulting and professional development services. Scholastic Education’s efforts are focused on partnering with school districts to raise student achievement by providing solutions that combine technology, content and services in the areas of reading and math. Primary technology-based reading and math improvement programs that the company offers comprise: READ 180, a reading intervention program for students in grades 4 to 12 reading approximately two years below grade level; READ 180 Next Generation, a revised version of the original product; and Read 180 for iPad, a reading program for iPad; System 44, a foundational reading intervention program for students in grades 4 to 12 who have not yet mastered the 44 sounds and 26 letters of the English language, and System 44 Next Generation, a revised version of the original product; Scholastic Reading Inventory, which is a research-based, computer-adaptive assessment for grades K to 12 that allows educators to assess a student’s reading comprehension; MATH 180, a revolutionary math intervention program for students in grades 6 and up; iRead, a digital foundational reading program for grades K-2; and Common Core Code X, a middle school English Language Arts program with various complex texts required by the Common Core State Standards. Other major programs include FASTT Math, a technology-based program to improve math fact fluency developed with the creator of READ 180; and Do The Math, a mathematics intervention program created by Marilyn Burns, a nationally known math educator and the founder of Math Solutions. This segment's consulting and professional development services focus on optimizing the utilization of the company's products, as well as helping teachers and school districts meet professional standards and implement new requirements and standards, including the Common Core State Standards. Classroom and Supplemental Materials Publishing segment This segment includes the publication and distribution to schools and libraries of children’s books, classroom magazines, supplemental classroom materials, custom curriculum and teaching guides and print and online reference and non-fiction products for grades pre-K to 12 in the United States. Scholastic Classroom and Community Group The company is a provider of classroom libraries and paperback collections, including classroom books and guided reading products, to schools and school districts for classroom libraries and other uses, as well as to literacy organizations. The company helps schools compile classroom collections of books for every grade level, reading level and multicultural background, including the Phyllis C. Hunter and the Leveled Math Readers series. This segment customizes classroom library solutions for its customers, tailoring its offerings in various instances. The teaching resources business publishes and sells professional books and supplemental materials designed for and purchased by teachers, both directly from the company and through teacher stores and booksellers, including the company’s online Teacher store, which provides professional books and other educational materials to schools and teachers. Scholastic Library Publishing and Classroom Magazines The company is a publisher of children’s reference and non-fiction products and subscriptions to databases sold primarily to schools and libraries in the United States. The company’s products also include non-fiction/fiction books published in th

 

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