Teachers take on Scholastic over commercialized book orders


Back in February I wrote about the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, a non-profit organization that was upset with Scholastic for the ever-increasing number of non-book gadgets being offered as part of its classroom-based book clubs.

Now the CFCFC has garnered the support of 1,262 teachers who are also perturbed by the commercialization of Scholastic's books clubs where Hannah Montana has replaced Laura Ingalls Wilder.