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Supporting Each Other: Book Challenges

On September 16, 2022, the American Library Association (ALA) reported that “total book challenges in 2022 set to exceed 2021 record.” (https://www.ala.org/news/press-releases/2022/09/ala-releases-preliminary-data-2022-book-bans) I know that school librarians around the country were not surprised by this news. Many school librarians have… Read More ›

Embracing Game-based Learning 

[SPONSORED CONTENT] School media centers, despite their reputation for being places of quiet study, are now becoming centers for tinkering, coding, and even playing. Game-based learning leverages games to engage students in skill acquisition, thought processing, and creative problem-solving. Experts… Read More ›

Black People Are Brilliant

[SPONSORED CONTENT] Black people are brilliant. Say it with me: Black people are brilliant. Just by uttering those words, we are one step toward reclaiming and centering our worthiness. Our genius is unstoppable and we are responsible for so many… Read More ›