es audiobook productions of popular children's titles. Education segment This segment includes the publication and distribution to schools and libraries of children’s books, classroom magazines, supplemental classroom materials, professional development materials and related services, including custom curriculum and teaching guides and print and on-line reference, non-fiction and fiction focused products, as well as administrative and teacher professional development services, for grades pre-K to 12 in the United States. 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 and other groups engaged in literacy initiatives. It serves customer needs with customized curriculum providing literacy solutions with print, assessment and digital content. The company publishes and sells professional books and supplemental materials designed for and generally purchased by teachers, both directly and through teacher stores and booksellers, including its on-line Teacher store, which provides professional books and other educational materials to schools and teachers, and provides related professional development services in support of its professional development products and materials. The company is a publisher of classroom magazines. Teachers in grades pre-K to 12 use its 32 classroom magazines, including Scholastic News, Scope, Storyworks, Let's Find Out and Junior Scholastic, to supplement formal learning programs by bringing subjects of current interest into the classroom, including current events, literature, math, science, social studies and foreign languages. These offerings provide schools with substantial non-fiction material, which is required to meet educational standards. The company is also a publisher of children’s reference and non-fiction products and subscriptions to databases sold primarily to schools and libraries in the United States. Its products include non-fiction books published in the United States under the imprints Children’s Press and Franklin Watts. Also included in the segment is its consumer magazine business, including Teacher magazine. International 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 has operations in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, India, China, Singapore and other parts of Asia. Its 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; produce and distribute magazines; and offer on-line services. Majority of its international operations also have their own export and foreign rights licensing programs and are book publishing licensees for major media properties. Original books published by most of these operations have received awards for excellence in children’s literature. In Asia, the company also publishes and distributes reference products and provides services under the Grolier name, engages in direct sales in shopping malls and door to door and operates tutorial centers that provide English language training to students. Canada Scholastic Canada is a publisher and distributor of English and French language children’s books. Scholastic Canada also is the major school-based book club and school-based book fair operator in Canada and is supplier of original or licensed children’s books to the Canadian trade market. Scholastic Canada also produces Canadian-authored books and educational materials, including an early reading program sold to schools for grades K to 6. United Kingdom Scholastic UK is the major school-based book club and book fair operator in the United Kingdom and is a publisher and supplier of original or licensed children’s books to the United Kingdom trade market. Scholastic UK also publishes supplemental
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