Advocacy/Leadership

Splendid Company

I was fortunate to be in attendance at a high school athletic awards banquet where a relative of mine was being inducted into a sports hall of fame. He had been a great track and field coach who was well… Read More ›

Separating the Wheat from the Chaff

At school year’s end everyone is involved in assessment. Everything stops for student testing, including the library. School library classes are suspended and circulation is closed as school libraries are used as test centers and school librarians proctor and in… Read More ›

Burnout and Change

“That’s the thing:  You don’t understand burnout unless you’ve been burned out.  And it’s something you can’t even explain.  It’s just doing something you have absolutely no passion for.” ~Elena Delle Donne I’ve been feeling it this year.  The hopelessness… Read More ›