February 22, 2018

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Make Your Point–It’s Good to Be Inflexible

Are flexible library schedules better than fixed ones? Not necessarily

Look, Im Tired Of Getting Beat Up About Our fixed-schedule library media programs. I’ve offered my last apology. I know the American Association of School Librarians (AASL), through its position papers, standards, and editorial policies, says in no uncertain terms that flexibly scheduled library programs are good and programs with fixed library schedules are bad. Granted there is some research about the benefits of flexibly scheduled programs, and any time we […]