Some of our school library media colleagues have decided to take on the challenge of leading our association. They have crafted their biographies and shared their attributes and abilities which will help them lead in the positions they hope to gain. Over the past weeks, this information has been highlighted and shared on the Knowledge Quest site.
Now it is up to us, the membership of the American Association of School Librarians, to be informed voters, reading through this information and weighing the strengths of the candidates so that we can choose our next leaders.
Just as our AASL President Terri Grief did in her March 11 post, I encourage you to take the time to let your voice be heard by AASL and by ALA by voting in this year’s elections!
Author: Deanna Harris
I have spent my career in education as a middle grades language arts teacher, a middle grades teacher librarian, and a coordinating teacher at the NC Department of Public Instruction. During my twenty-three years, I have focused on teaching and learning, student achievement, and teacher leadership. I have worked with beginning and veteran teachers through mentoring, internships, staff development, and professional learning teams.