Over the course of nine days, we’ve had to say goodbye to Dahlov Ipcar, Dick Bruna, and Nancy Willard.
In South Africa, 90 percent of schools don’t have a library. The CEO of Mandela Bangle, Nelson Mandela’s project, is setting out to change that, one bracelet (and shipping container) at a time.
Todd Burleson, SLJ’s 2016 School Librarian of the Year, is giving away his prize money in a raffle. But be quick: you have only five days to enter.
A new season of the SLJ ISTE webcast series launches with “Information Literacy in the Age of Fake News” on March 16.
Our round-up of news briefs includes award-worthy librarians, a teen who made the most of her love of books, and new opportunities for STEM exploration.
The head of library services at the New York City Department of Education will become associate director of curriculum solutions at Rosen Publishing.
Responding to President Trump’s statement that he does not read books, a grassroots group is encouraging people to send ones to the White House for Valentine’s Day.
Gaining STEM skills is as important for young children as learning to read, asserts a new report by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center and supported by the National Science Foundation. Libraries could play a critical role in this call for more preschool STEM learning opportunities.
These inspiring partnerships reflect a growing trend: alliances between universities and K-12 students that emphasize problem-solving and mentoring skills.
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The embattled school choice proponent squeaked out a victory in the Senate confirmation vote, to the consternation of many in the education community.
Schools pledge support to families, public libraries throw open their doors, and students commit acts of kindness while monitoring bullying.
Final state plans are due by April 4. Here’s the advice that came out of the Lilead Fellows community meeting at Midwinter.
Follett School Solutions has partnered with Dremel to offer its printers to K–12 school districts, in order to both support librarians and promote technology integration in the classroom.