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Scholastic Classroom Magazines qualify for state and federal funding.

Learn more about how state and federal funding can help you bring classroom magazines into your school.

Parent Payment/PTA Sponsorship

Convenient take-home slips in English Parent Payment (PDF) and Spanish Parent Payment (PDF) are a courteous way to explain the benefits of classroom magazines and request payments from parents.

PTA Sponsorship (PDF) Here's detailed information on how to get your PTA to sponsor Scholastic Classroom Magazine subscriptions. is an online charity that makes it easy for anyone to help schools in need. Public school teachers from every corner of America post classroom project requests, ranging from pencils for a poetry-writing class to violins for a school recital. Anyone can search requests and give any amount (as little as $1) to the project that inspires them. Once a project reaches its funding goal, the requested materials are delivered to your school. Register at

General Funding

Funding Bulletin (PDF) Discover funding opportunities to provide your students with high-quality educational materials.

Classroom Magazines Funding Chart (PDF)
Take a look at the funding opportunities available for Scholastic Classroom Magazine titles and book sets.

Federal/State Funding

NEW for California Educators!

This year, California schools will experience an unprecedented influx of funds to help implement the Common Core State Standards. Check with your Principal or Administrator to see how this will affect you. For just a fraction of your new funding, you can bring Scholastic Classroom Magazines to all of your students. Check out 5 Reasons to Use Your Funding for Classroom Magazines (PDF).

Title I

Title 1 (PDF) Correlations to Title 1 funding for Scholastic Classroom Magazines.

Click on a magazine below to find out how it qualifies for Title 1 funding:


Success Story (PDF) Hear firsthand from a Title 1 school that uses classroom magazines!

"Our students are required to read each morning while waiting on homeroom to assemble, and most mornings what do we see in our students hands? A Scholastic publication!"  –Susan Courington, Library Media Specialist and Title 1 Site Coordinator, Wilkerson Middle School

Even Start

Even Start (PDF) Funding is available for early childhood magazines like My Big World and Let's Find Out to enhance literacy skills.



Adopt-A-Classroom is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has raised tens of millions of dollars on behalf of teachers across the United States.

For more information about Adopt-A-Classroom, visit


Local Business Sponsorship

Local Business Sponsorship (PDF) You'll be surprised at how many local businesses will want to sponsor student subscriptions for your class or school. Here's everything you need to get started.

Common Core Standards

Scholastic Classroom Magazines now help teachers make the transition to the new Common Core Standards. Take an in-depth look at how Scholastic Classroom Magazines align to this new state initiative: