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As COVID-19 continues to impact schools and libraries, we remain sensitive to the needs of children to continue their learning and to reap the many benefits that literature brings them, especially during these challenging times. Only a short while ago, we were hopeful that schools would re-open and students would return to in person learning this Fall.  But we all know too well that this is no longer a certainty and many schools will, at best, have some hybrid form of in-person and remote learning, while some schools may not re-open for in person classes at all.  We continue to marvel at the educators, librarians and others across the country who remain committed to bringing the wonders of reading and literature to students by posting readings of books online for students to access, despite the ongoing challenges COVID-19 has thrown in their path. We want to support these efforts and have decided to reinstate our Read Aloud Permission Policy, which will remain in effect through December 31, 2020.  

Guidelines for Teachers and Educators:

1. We ask that you post your reading through your school's platform or another closed group or platform with limited access for your students, such as your school’s or district’s network, Edmodo, Google Classroom, or similar service. However, we recognize this may not be possible, in which case you may post your video on YouTube, provided the video is posted as “unlisted” (not public) and you only share a link to the video with your students.  Click here for instructions on how to upload a video to YouTube as unlisted.

2. At the beginning of your video, please state that you are presenting your reading “with permission from Scholastic.”

3. Please delete your video or disable access by the end of this current school semester, but no later than December 31, 2020, unless we announce an extension to this policy.

4. Please complete the Permission Form available here.

By posting a reading, you are agreeing to abide by the above terms.

5. Finally, we would love to follow along with your read-aloud, so please tag Scholastic's social media handles in any posts affiliated with it!

Twitter: @Scholastic
Instagram: @ScholasticInc
Facebook: @Scholastic
YouTube: @Scholastic 

 

Guidelines for Booksellers and Librarians

1. A live “story time” or other reading event may be livestreamed, in real time, on platforms such as Facebook Live, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter, provided they are not retained by the platform after the live event is over.  These platforms automatically archive livestreamed events, so you will have to go in to your account with the platform and delete the video when the live event is over.  For example, click here for instructions on how to delete a “live video” from your YouTube account.

2. At the beginning of your video, please state that you are presenting your reading “with permission from Scholastic.”

3. Please complete the Permission Form available here.

By posting a reading, you are agreeing to abide by the above terms.

4. Finally, we would love to keep up with your read-aloud activity, so please tag Scholastic's social media handles in any posts related to your read-alouds!

Twitter: @Scholastic
Instagram: @ScholasticInc
Facebook: @Scholastic
YouTube: @Scholastic