|Scholastic Kids Press Corps
The Scholastic Kids Press Corps is a team of about 50 Kid Reporters around the nation. The interactive site brings daily news to life with reporting for kids, by kids.
Special Reports from the Scholastic Kids Press Corps
Special Reports is a collection of stories, activities, and resources on top news topics reported on and compiled by the Scholastic Kids Press Corps. Check them out!
9/11: Ten Years Later
Kid Reporters mark the tenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks
Earthquake in Japan
Kid Reporters collect information about the quake and its aftermath, talk with people who have family and friends in Japan, and look into how kids can help with relief efforts.
Crisis in Haiti: One Year Later
A year after a devastating earthquake struck Haiti, Kid Reporters continue their coverage of the aftermath and rebuilding efforts.
Kids Making a Difference
Want to make a difference in your community? Get some ideas from these kids who are giving back!
Midterm Elections 2010
Kid Reporters around the nation are talking to the candidates and voters as America prepared to go to the polls in the 2010 mid-term election on November 2.
Our Schools, Our Future
Kid Reporters around the country take a look at how their schools have been affected by downturn in the economy and budget cuts.
Gulf Oil Spill Recovery Special Report
Kid Reporters investigate how the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is being cleaned up and how the spill has impacted the people, animals, and environment of the Gulf coast.
Kid Reporters share what they've been reading over their summer vacations!
Healthy Kids Special Report
What's it take to live a healthy lifestyle? It's not as hard as you think! Kid Reporters talk to celebrities, athletes, chefs, and others about how healthy living leads to happy living. Get tips, recipes, and more.
Earth Day @ 40
Celebrate 40 years of Earth Day and the fight to keep our planet clean on April 22. Scholastic Kid Reporters explore ways to make every day Earth Day, including an interview with the original Earth Day organizer Denis Hayes.
Kid Reporters celebrate Women's History Month by talking with and recognizing the achievements of women who have broken down barriers.
Crisis in Haiti
Kid Reporters talk to people impacted by the Haiti earthquake and tell you how to help with the recovery efforts in Haiti.
Black History Month
Kid Reporters celebrate Black History Month by talking with and recognizing the achievements of leaders in the African American community.
Kids and the Economy
Kid Reporters take a look at the economy and how it is affecting kids and their communities during this holiday season.
American Indian Heritage Month
To celebrate American Indian Heritage Month, Scholastic Kid Reporters have put together a collection of stories and interviews.
Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanic Heritage Month is a celebration of Latino contributions and culture in America. Scholastic Kid Reporters have been interviewing leaders around the nation for a view of what their Hispanic heritage means to them.
Celebrate Earth Day and our planet's diversity from the Bering Sea to the Rain Forest and all points in between. Visit a green house with a most impressive carbon footprint!
Do you need help picking out what book to read next? Let the Scholastic Kids Press Corps be your guide!
Know Your Constitution
Learn about the United States of America's most important document, while playing a few games and checking out Kid Reporters' interviews with experts.
Tips from the Pros
Scholastic Kid Reporters get tips from professional reporters and news anchors on how to do the best interviews, get questions answered, and what young aspiring journalists need to know to follow their nose for news.