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NOVEMBER 26, 2014

Is Chocolate Disappearing?

Chocolate makers say the world is facing a shortage of the sweet stuff


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November 24, 2014

Robo-Patrol

Microsoft "hires" robotic security guards at its California headquarters

November 19, 2014

A New Clue in the Earhart Mystery

A piece of aluminum has been identified as a part from Amelia Earhart’s lost plane

November 17, 2014

A Historic Climate Agreement

The United States and China make a deal to cut down on greenhouse gases

November 14, 2014

How to Land on a Comet

The Philae probe becomes the first human-made vehicle to land on a comet

November 12, 2014

Adiós, Catalonia?

Many people in Spain’s richest region want independence. Should the government agree to it?

November 10, 2014

A Sea of Poppies

Great Britain marks the 100th anniversary of its entry into World War I by “planting” thousands of bright-red ceramic flowers

 


news for kids by kids

A New Statue Honors a Civil
Rights Hero

One of our Kid Reporters talks to Ruby Bridges.

 

Scholastic News at the
White House

One of our Kid Reporters talks to the president about schools of the future.

from our magazines

Building Big Heroes

Disney animators use geometry to create the stars of Big Hero 6.

Battle of the Ants

Two invasive insects face off in a chemical showdown.


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Meet the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps  

Our 32 reporters, who are based around the country and across the globe, will report on stories that matter to kids.
Learn more about them here.

 



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American Indians

Happy Turkey Day! Dive into the history of Native Americans and the First Thanksgiving with Scholastic News.

 
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China & The U.S.

The New York Times Upfront delves into the complicated relationship between the two countries.

 
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Space Exploration

Launch yourself into the last frontier with ScienceSpin magazine.

 
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Create an African-Inspired Mask

Get crafty with Art magazine and make your own mask!

 
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What is the Middle East?

Junior Scholastic goes beyond the headlines in an exploration of the Middle East.