The Lilead Fellows program is a long-term professional development opportunity for a select group of school district library supervisors.
Strategic positive exposure for school libraries in her district helped this Lilead Fellow gain recognition for teacher librarians.
Jennifer Boudrye, director of libraries at DC Public Schools, led the push to fill 100 percent of LMS positions in the system.
When Lilead Fellow and former district library services supervisor Leslie Yoder faced staff cuts and low morale, she kept fighting. Here’s how.
The Lilead Project, established in 2012 to support and build community among U. S. school library supervisors, has received an IMLS grant to continue its Lilead Fellows program and to create the Lilead Leaders initiative for advocacy and activism.
This article was published in School Library Journal's August 2016 issue. Subscribe today and save up to 35% off the regular subscription rate.
The way to success for this district librarian has been to start small, build a network of library advocates, dream big, and never stop working for transformative change.
In this first article in our series on library leadership, Lilead Fellow Priscille Dando suggests how librarians can connect with principals on instructional challenges.
This powerful cohort of school district library heads is poised to bring innovation, bold leadership, and a new communal strength to the field.
This article was published in School Library Journal's December 2015 issue. Subscribe today and save up to 35% off the regular subscription rate.
This group of library administrators is starting a revolution in the school library world—and hopes to motivate you to join in.
Members of the Lilead Project—25 library district supervisors from across the country—gathered for a face-to-face meeting in Ohio. Topics discussed? Outcomes-based planning, effective marketing and leadership, and evaluating student success, to name a few.