School librarians are being recognized as tech leaders and investing more in cutting-edge digital tools.
Blogger and librarian Sarah Hannah Gómez breaks down the real meaning of #ownvoices, and presents new YA titles about marginalized cultures by authors from the same groups.
Both winners were determined by first and second grade classes throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean.
Dynamic K–12 programs created by university researchers and engineers.
From the Midwest to Texas, hair stylists are handing kids books and offering to give them haircuts free of charge…if they read aloud while getting their trims.
Paired reading should be considered a beneficial component of a child’s literary experience.
Religious-themed books in school libraries; informing patrons of privacy policies.
Collaboration, followed by “close looking,” led to discovery—and a few career ideas—for a group of seventh and eighth graders.
The annual list of the best poetry books and verse novels for children and teens, selected by NCTE’s poetry committee.
When teachers and administrators prod us to address this “new and urgent” concern, let us remind them that we’ve been doing that, and so much more, all along.
From TechMobiles to early learning hubs, mobile library outreach is on the rise.
Here’s how a school community of 1,200 students, ranging in age from four to 18, came together to pull off an all-school read of “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” that will be talked about for years.
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.
A look at the global landscape of books published for young people and why it is important to share them with readers in the United States.
What better way to celebrate April’s National Poetry Month than to incorporate these wonderful tech tools at teens’ disposal?
Facing policies that threaten their service models, core values, and federal funding, librarians voice concerns—and mobilize.
School librarians and teachers uncovered new ideas to help students tell fact from fiction with the ISTE/SLJ “Information Literacy in the Age of Fake News” webinar.
A surprise discovery of a “word pedometer” at ALA Midwinter inspires an early literacy experiment.
This article was published in School Library Journal's March 2017 issue. Subscribe today and save up to 35% off the regular subscription rate.