JLG is the honorary sponsor of the MCBD 2017 campaign, which is dedicated to raising awareness about diverse books.
The International Literacy Association’s What’s Hot in Literacy report shows that what’s trendy to talk about is not always the same as what’s most important to discuss.
Caren Stelson, the author of “Sachiko: A Nagasaki Bomb Survivor’s Story,” went to Japan to meet her hero.
Strategies for safeguarding student data in schools and libraries, and student privacy in general, in the information age.
Unlike other tools that focus on the technical aspects of filmmaking, Toontastic 3D emphasizes storytelling, according to Google, which released the free app for Android and iOS devices today.
The Presidential Primary Source Project presents free, live-streamed programs for middle and high school students. Covering “Culture, Society, and Presidential Decision-Making,” the presentations run through March 2017.
“Writers Resist: Louder Together for Free Expression” will be held on the steps of the New York Public Library on January 15, Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday.
The Book-Rich Environment Initiative will serve children living in HUD-assisted housing—and encourage families to use local libraries. The U.S. DOE and the National Book Foundation are among the new project’s partners.
The mission of the Estria Foundation, based in Honolulu, HI, is to foster social change through the creation of art.
Anita Cellucci and Laura Gardner share what they’ve learned from working on the Massachusetts School Library Association’s ESSA committee.
From astronomy and salsa storytime to family literacy and more, these programming ideas for the year ahead hit it out of the park.
In the era of fake news, librarians are our best hope for educating kids about bogus reporting, biased points of view, and more.
It’s been more than 35 years, but the impact of an older gentleman with a knack for connecting kids with the right book is still alive.
A principal of a school for students with multiple disabilities spearheaded superb library services.
Inspiring and teaching students through hip-hop—or any music genre they’re into—can be easier than you think.