- White Paper: Collections: The Case for Collaboration
- Press Release: Follett Launches Book Orders for the Classroom
- Press Release: 2020 Follett Challenge Entry Deadline is Thursday, Dec. 12
- Press Release: Ninth Annual Follett Challenge Launches With More Chances to Win
- Case Study: Improving Complex Literacy Skills with Simple Science Activities
- Case Study: 18-Site School District Increases Patron Services and Staff Efficiency
Press Release: Follett Launches Book Orders for the Classroom
Two years after introducing its book fair business, Follett is launching Follett Book eFairs, an innovative approach to reimagining the classroom book ordering process. Follett Book eFairs allow teachers to create an online book order in less than five minutes, make custom recommendations for students, and easily communicate with parents. Significantly, eFairs also will streamline the payment process by eliminating the need for teachers to handle cash or checks and paper order forms.
Case Study: Improving Complex Literacy Skills with Simple Science Activities
These kits support the science concepts they are teaching, resulting in positive effects in students.
White Paper: Collections: The Case for Collaboration
Read about how West Warwick Public Schools found a resource curation tool that also fit into their collaboration efforts with Collections by Destiny®.
Case Study: 18-Site School District Increases Patron Services and Staff Efficiency
Administrators at Merced City School District (MCSD) had an ambitious goal: create an innovative, 21st-century library program that featured a STEAM innovation space at all 18 sites. Paula Heupel, MCSD’s Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services, recognized this as a tough challenge. However, after more than 28 years as a Follett customer, Heupel was confident that working with Follett would be a vital step in achieving the lofty goal.
Press Release: 2020 Follett Challenge Entry Deadline is Thursday, Dec. 12
The deadline for PreK-12 districts and schools to submit their nominations for the 2020 Follett Challenge is noon CST Thursday, Dec. 12. The ninth annual contest formally launched in October with more ways to win a portion of $200,000 (USD) in Follett products and/or services that will be awarded.
Press Release: Ninth Annual Follett Challenge Launches With More Chances to Win
With newly added opportunities for PreK-12 schools and districts to win prizes, the Follett Challenge today launched its ninth annual contest that rewards innovative educational programs teaching 21st century skills to students. For 2020, the Follett Challenge is significantly increasing the number of semifinalists to nine, from which the grand prize winner will be selected.
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