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Funding Opportunities

Overview

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Our approach to building literacy and knowledge is backed by 100 years of circulation as well as a strong research foundation and theory of change. Check out our research foundation paper to learn about the impact magazines have on educational outcomes and the related logic model detailing how Magazines+, in particular, support students and teachers in their educational goals.

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Government Funding

Scholastic Magazines+ are well aligned with the intents and purposes of the federal stimulus funds. The funds may be used for Magazines because the materials are designed to: 

·      Engage students in relevant, skills-based content in school or at home

·      Address learning loss with meaningful activities that focus on core skills

·      Provide social and emotional support with inclusive texts featuring real young people

·      Expand digital resources with an interactive online platform that supports most Learning Management Systems

·      Help English-language learners (ELLs) thrive with audio, video and scaffolding supports

 

Eligible funds include:

ESSER • ESSER II • ESSER III

Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund

To address the impact on education arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, these funds provide critical support to educators in such areas as instructional materials, combatting learning loss, after-school and extended day programs, summer learning, social and emotional support, and much more. Magazines may be a perfect fit for you and your classroom in tackling many of these important needs.

ESSER • ESSER II • ESSER III

Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund

To address the impact on education arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, these funds provide critical support to educators in such areas as instructional materials, combatting learning loss, after-school and extended day programs, summer learning, social and emotional support, and much more. Magazines may be a perfect fit for you and your classroom in tackling many of these important needs.

ESSER • ESSER II • ESSER III

Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund

To address the impact on education arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, these funds provide critical support to educators in such areas as instructional materials, combatting learning loss, after-school and extended day programs, summer learning, social and emotional support, and much more. Magazines may be a perfect fit for you and your classroom in tackling many of these important needs.

GEER

Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund

These funds can be used to provide access to digital learning content that creates engaging and relevant learning experiences for all students, which may align with your goals for using Magazines.

GEER

Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund

These funds can be used to provide access to digital learning content that creates engaging and relevant learning experiences for all students, which may align with your goals for using Magazines.

GEER

Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund

These funds can be used to provide access to digital learning content that creates engaging and relevant learning experiences for all students, which may align with your goals for using Magazines.

ESSA • State & Local Grants

Every Student Succeeds Act (Title I, Title II, Title III & Title IV)

Looking for additional support? Funding from federal, state and local entities may still be available for purchasing Magazines. With Magazines, you can help all students—including striving learners and English-language learners—succeed in building literacy through our engaging content, well-rounded cross-curricular lessons, age-appropriate materials, differentiated reading levels, blended learning model and dynamic digital tools.

ESSA • State & Local Grants

Every Student Succeeds Act (Title I, Title II, Title III & Title IV)

Looking for additional support? Funding from federal, state and local entities may still be available for purchasing Magazines. With Magazines, you can help all students—including striving learners and English-language learners—succeed in building literacy through our engaging content, well-rounded cross-curricular lessons, age-appropriate materials, differentiated reading levels, blended learning model and dynamic digital tools.

ESSA • State & Local Grants

Every Student Succeeds Act (Title I, Title II, Title III & Title IV)

Looking for additional support? Funding from federal, state and local entities may still be available for purchasing Magazines. With Magazines, you can help all students—including striving learners and English-language learners—succeed in building literacy through our engaging content, well-rounded cross-curricular lessons, age-appropriate materials, differentiated reading levels, blended learning model and dynamic digital tools.

Family & Community

Parents, caregivers and community members are an excellent source of additional funding, especially for our affordable classroom subscriptions. A class of 25 first graders, for example, can receive a whole year of Scholastic News magazine for under $150.

Our funding request letters are easy to customize and send to families, administrators or your PTA/PTO.

Download and Send Funding Request Letters to:

                                    Parents and Caregivers

                                    Parents and Caregivers (Spanish)

                                    Administrators

                                    Your PTA/PTO

Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding is one of the most popular ways for educators to fund their subscriptions. We recommend raising funds directly through Scholastic—there are no fundraising goals to reach and you can spend funds as you earn them!

Raise Funds through Scholastic

Or try one of these other crowdfunding sites:

DonorsChoose (for public school educators only)

Adopt-a-Classroom

PledgeCents

GoFundMe

Scholastic Inc. is neither affiliated with nor providing an endorsement of any of the referenced resources. Provision of the preceding information should not be construed as a guarantee of funding. You should consult with your appropriate administrator about eligibility and applicability to your particular circumstances for any of the funding opportunities.