But how should scholastic handle their readers who have long since grown up?
The scholastic pitches finished, the campers returned to their doll designs.
scholastic Press editorial director David Levithan recalled his hesitation to the premise.
I had an idea for a movie and I had a meeting with scholastic Publishing because they have a movie division.
“There was a nice music to his writing,” says Lee Kravitz, his longtime editor at scholastic and then at Parade.
The doctrine of formal discipline in education is the natural counterpart of the scholastic method.
It draws within the sphere of its attraction both the scholastic and the unlearned.
Abelard was proud and ambitious, and the highest prizes of an ecclesiastical and scholastic career seemed within his grasp.
For expression with us is not scholastic, but temperamental!
This is the scholastic maxim: entia praeter necessitatem non esse multiplicanda.
1590s, "of or pertaining to Scholastic theologians" (Churchmen in the Middle Ages whose theology and philosophy was based on Church Fathers and Aristotle), from Middle French scholastique (14c.), from Latin scholasticus "of a school," from Greek skholastikos "enjoying leisure; devoting one's leisure to learning," hence, as a noun, "a scholar," also in a bad sense, "a pedant; a simpleton," from skhola (see school (n.1)). In English, meaning "pertaining to schools or to school education" is from 1640s. As a noun from 1640s. Related: Scholastical (1530s in the "relating to a school" sense); scholastically.