In the third installment of Patterson’s School Library Campaign in partnership with Scholastic Reading Club, grants of $500 will be given to 3,500 teachers.
Through a NASA educational program, a Kansas teen librarian developed a related STEM curriculum that culminated in radio contact with the International Space Station.
Students have until 11:59 p.m. EDT on April 21 to post an idea for an invention to clean and/or protect planet Earth.
SLJ got a demo of the new Google Earth, released today, April 18, at an unveiling held at New York’s Whitney Museum.
The Helsinki-based software company will collaborate with Junior Library Guild to bring tech to U.S. classrooms.
The Lilead Fellows program is a long-term professional development opportunity for a select group of school district library supervisors.
Collaboration, followed by “close looking,” led to discovery—and a few career ideas—for a group of seventh and eighth graders.
McKissack’s impact on the realm of literature, her devotion to her husband, and her captivating laugh are remembered by those closest to her.
A New York elementary school librarian, and her middle school teacher husband, spearheaded a project to brighten the life of a kindergartner with cancer.
Winners of the 2017 Flora Stieglitz Straus, Claudia Lewis, and Josette Frank Awards were honored on Thursday, April 6.
How we engage in programming and teaching literacy is getting more interesting as librarians creatively tackle the massive literacy challenge, even crisis, we face.
In addition to Education Department cuts, the budget proposes the wholesale elimination of the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Here’s what you can do.
The Closer, Kwame Alexander, picked the ultimate winner: the much-lauded final volume in the “March” graphic nonfiction series by Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell.
Fifth grader Sidney Keys’s “Books N Bros” club celebrates characters who are black—and gets boys reading.
Facing policies that threaten their service models, core values, and federal funding, librarians voice concerns—and mobilize.
New York’s Children’s Museum of Manhattan has been named one of 30 finalists for the 2017 National Medal for Museum and Library Service. The public is encouraged to share stories about the museum.