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How To Pitch: Scholastic Instructor and Scholastic Administrator
These mags want freelancers to offer advice on teaching careers, learning and child development- December 5, 2012
The information in this article is current and accurate.Circulation: Instructor, 110,000; Administrator, 75,000
Frequency: Six times per year for both publications
Special issues: Instructor: Back to School (August & September), Professional Development (November), Arts & Crafts (January), Science & Technology (April), Reading (May). Note: Every issue features at least one feature story on the Common Core. Administrator: Back to School (August & September), Common Core (Fall), Professional Development (Late Fall), Finance (Winter), Interactive Classrooms (Spring), Digital Learning/Technology (Summer).
Background: Since 1891, Instructor has been a trusted resource for teachers. It is the go-to guide for practical and innovative teaching ideas, education news, professional development advice, teacher-tested lesson plans, classroom management strategies and timesaving tools.
"Instructor is at its best when it comes alive with authentic teacher voices. Our writers connect with the country's most innovative and successful teachers and help them share their best ideas with a wider audience," explained Instructor's executive editor, Tara Welty.