Among the 10 winners from around the country, each of whom were awarded $5,000, were three school librarians and a youth services librarian, all with inspiring accomplishments.
A middle school parent in Tennessee has asked that ‘My World History’ be removed from the seventh grade curriculum.
Friendships were forged at the National Conference of Teachers of English (NCTE) Conference in Atlanta. Author/illustrators Torben Kuhlmann and R. Gregory Christie met over dinner.
Laura Gardner, 2016 SLJ School Librarian of the Year finalist, updates her lesson plans for the era of fake news.
Four influential superintendents see libraries as catalysts for school success—and librarians as change agents in a disrupted learning landscape.
‘A Poem for Peter,’ along with a pair of mittens, will be donated to a child in need for every copy of the book sold between now and December 31.
This fall series, sponsored by littleBits, will wrap up on December 6 with practical takeaways on pop culture literacy.
A driving rain couldn’t keep librarians from Citi Field for the New York City School Library System 27th Annual Fall Conference.
This month’s Popular Picks features favorite authors such as Emma Chichester Clark, Deb Lucke, and Kimberly and James Dean.
The declaration expresses commitment to standing with and for children “in the face of attempts to disenfranchise, dehumanize, and to dismiss violence against marginalized people.”
SLJ’s Leadership Summit got this adult services librarian thinking about her elementary school librarian.
We’re in an unprecedented place for education and library coverage. It’s time to speak to the staff as well as to our readers.
“This is unreal!” shouted Congressman John Lewis, accepting the award for his graphic memoir of the civil rights movement.
The report looks at barriers to equity in education, educators’ funding priorities, the role of families and communities, and the needs for learning supports and professional development.
A scavenger hunt celebrated the launch of a new kids’ mystery series by Linda Fairstein, the real-life inspiration for “Law and Order SVU.”