Scholastic Offering Free Programs For Students


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Scholastic is offering free online courses for children as school closures sweep the nation amid the coronavirus outbreak. The company's digital learning hub is accessible on all devices, including smartphones, and requires no sign-up.

Lauren Tarshis, senior vice president and editor-in-chief/publisher of Scholastic Classroom Magazines:

“We designed Scholastic Learn At Home knowing that administrators and teachers need to create extensive virtual learning plans, quickly, and that students need uplifting and engaging experiences. Our hope is that even though daily routines are being disrupted and students may not have valuable time in school with their educators, together we can support meaningful learning at home while it is necessary.”

The Scholastic Learn At Home program offers three hours of learning per day with up to four weeks of instruction. Users are asked to choose a grade level, separated into pre-K and kindergarten, first and second grade, third through fifth grade, and sixth grade and above.  The courses span the subjects of English language arts; STEM; science; social studies; and social-emotional learning.

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