Scholastic Temporarily Revises Policy for Online Read-Alouds

Scholastic allows teachers to read its books aloud online through June 30.

As educators worry and wonder about reading books aloud online and copyright laws, Scholastic has changed its policy to adapt to the current coronavirus crisis and unprecedented impact on teachers and students. Through June 20, teachers can post readings of Scholastic books online if they follow the guidelines.

Read: Publishers Adapt Policies to Help Educators

Read the entire letter to teachers, and policy guidelines, below.

 

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Carmen Gott

Belly Breathing
12 days of Kindergarten
A Tree for All
The Pigeon Wants a Puppy
Wocket in My Pocket
All by myself

Posted : Apr 14, 2020 03:30


Dr. Thomas Hill

Thank you for this unprecedented opportunity from Scholastic as I teach 6th grade ELA, wondering which platform to use for reading. You addressed my needs and those of my students until this school year or pandemic subsides. Sincerely, Dr. Thomas Mallory Hill

Posted : Apr 11, 2020 04:07


Rebecca Fiske

Looking forward to start reading to my 3,4, and 5 year olds, from my home to theirs.

Posted : Apr 09, 2020 06:16


viorica cebotari

I need permission to read the book Roar by Robert Munsch to my kindergarten classroom in a video in D2Learn.

Posted : Apr 08, 2020 02:40


Laura Ortiz

Permission to read to my 3rd grade students on Dojo:
G. Washington El. School
I Survived The American Revolution, 1776 by Lauren Tarshis

Posted : Apr 07, 2020 06:10


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