Create a Community of Readers in Your Classroom

Our paperbacks, collections, and libraries provide educators and students with diverse books that today’s classrooms need to build a culture of engaged and active reading.

Teaching Collections

These book collections are paired with implementation strategies and classroom management tools.

Paperbacks and Collections

Our curated collections of books support instruction and fill gaps in classroom libraries by exploring a wide range of topics, cultures, and genres.

Research and Expert Opinion

When we investigate reading, we study cognition, linguistics, psychological influences, and social-cultural traditions. Explore the research and expert opinions that support best practices for independent reading.

Volume, Stamina, and Enthusiasm

Volume, Stamina, and Enthusiasm

Extensive, intensive reading leads to higher scores on achievement tests and more fulfilling and productive lives.

Engagement and Motivation

Engagement and Motivation

The research is powerful and convincing. Many studies show that intrinsic motivation drives student reading.

Diverse Learners

Diverse Learners

Culturally responsive books acknowledge the heritage of diverse students, bridge the gap between home and school, and enhance reading engagement.

The Power of Reading Choice

The Power of Reading Choice

Research has found that allowing students to choose which books they’d like to read inspires them to embrace reading both in and out of the classroom.

Access to Books

Access to Books

Access to interesting books increases reading activity and achievement, which in turn increases students' desire to read more books.

Classroom Libraries

Classroom Libraries

Classroom libraries serve as cornerstones of successful reading programs, creating an environment where students want to and can read as much as possible.

Customization

Scholastic Education’s team of literacy experts are ready to work with you to build a classroom library that supports your instruction.

 

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