School Library Month, ALA Elections, & More!
I love School Library Month! School Library Month is a wonderful opportunity to focus on all the great things going on in my school library and all the school libraries across the nation and CELEBRATE! Including stakeholders in this celebration… Read More ›
New Years’ Resolution: Advocacy for Effective School Libraries!
Let’s shout it together! All students deserve equitable access to a school library staffed by a certified school librarian. This is AASL’s vision: “Every school librarian is a leader; every learner has a school librarian” and is something that drives… Read More ›
AASL Leadership Travel and FAME
AASL highly respects and values its relationship with the AASL Chapter organizations. In order to stay connected with the chapters, AASL is committed to its policy of leadership travel to the AASL Chapter organizations’ conferences. AASL Chapters are visited in… Read More ›
Gratitude and Positive Narratives
In 2020, I wrote a KQ Blog post entitled “Grateful for My Professional Organizations” https://knowledgequest.aasl.org/grateful-for-my-professional-organizations/. In that post, I described how reviewing all of the things that I am grateful for has become a yearly tradition. This year, with the… Read More ›
Right To Read Act: Join AASL in Thanking Sponsors
Please join AASL and ALA in thanking Senator Jack Reed and Representative Raúl Grijalva for introducing the Right to Read Act (S. 5064 and H.R. 9056) on 10/6/2022! The ALA/AASL goal is to reach 5000 ‘thank you’ signatures and we… Read More ›
Supporting Each Other
In my KQ Blog Post last month, Standing Together, Working Together, I wrote: “The school library voice is stronger and heard more clearly when we work together to educate everyone about the essential work of school librarians.” An important aspect… Read More ›