Not to be confused with the separate, other magazine Scholastic previously put out under that title. From a report in Education Week:
“We’ve been kicking around the change for a couple of years, but we’ve been nervous,” Tara Welty, the editor-in-chief of the magazine, said in an interview. “The teachers we talked to really don’t call themselves ‘instructor’ anymore. The title is maybe associated with fitness instructors or higher education.”
The bi-monthly magazine, aimed at professionals teaching kindergarten up to Grade 8, has about half a million readers combined for print and digital. One article on the website that caught our eye is titled “Twitter for Teachers.” It passes on social media tips from a pair of first-grade teachers from Texas and Georgia who are active on the platform.