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The Reading Wars: Phonics or Whole Language? Librarians Shouldn’t Have To Choose.

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Police Picture Books Revisited: the Lie White Adults Read to Children | Opinion

Summer School Library Checkout, 2020 Edition

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Authors Organize Kid Lit Rally for Black Lives on Facebook

Learning Guides for Ava DuVernay's Productions, Starting with "When They See Us" | News Bites

School-Public Library Partnerships Gain Strength During Pandemic

COVID-19 Is an Opportunity to Rethink Youth Librarianship | Reimagining Libraries

Virtual librarianship and Looking Ahead to Newbery/Caldecott 2021 | Trending on the Blogs

Help Us Tell the COVID-19 Story: Do you have a story to share?

2020 Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards Announced

News Literacy Must Include Social Emotional Learning

Ensure Family Census Participation During the Pandemic | First Steps

Educators, Organizations Get Creative to Build Students' Home Libraries During Coronavirus Crisis

Where We Are Now: Libraries, COVID-19, and the Online Learning Challenge

Publishing World Mourns Lee & Low Cofounder Thomas Low and Celebrates His Legacy

Sports Documentaries To Stream After "The Last Dance"

Choosing Restorative Justice: Engagement, not Punishment, Fosters Community and Respect in the Library

Consider Alternatives to Punishment for Misbehavior. It Will Transform Your Library.

Public Librarians Are Working, Making Plans While Facing an Unknown Future | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

Summer Reading Programs Going Virtual This Year | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

What Are Librarians Doing While Libraries Are Closed? Planning Summer Reading and Much More. | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

Answering the Crisis, Public Libraries Collaborate with Schools, Other Organizations to Serve Communities | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

Purchasing in Public Libraries Shifts to Digital, Budget Concerns Impact Ordering | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

CDC Releases School Reopening Guidelines

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Grant Opportunities to Help Libraries, Educators Respond to Impact of COVID-19

May Means #31DaysIBPOC: Centering Indigenous, Black, and People of Color in Education

How Sheltering in Place Shows Us a More Accessible World

President Obama To Headline Televised Commencement Ceremony; More COVID-Related News | News Bites

Woodson Wins Hans Christian Andersen Award and More Industry Announcements | News Bites

10 Ways To Promote Ebooks and Audiobooks to K-12 Students

Are You 508 Compliant? Making Your School's Tech Accessible To All Isn't Just a Good Idea, It's the Law.

When Librarians Become Disaster Service Workers

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Six Strategies To Keep Homebound Students’ Research on Track

Helping Students Through Pandemic Grief and Trauma

"George" Again Tops List of 10 Most Challenged Books

What Are Kids Reading Now? Follett Reveals the Top Ebook and Audiobook Checkouts.

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For Learning in the Age of COVID, Digital Resources Recommended by Librarians

MSRI and SLJ Announce Winning School Libraries in 2020 Mathical Collection Development Awards

Educators Use 3-D Printers to Create and Donate PPE

What Librarians Are Doing to Support Students and Teachers in the Shutdown | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

For Librarians, Supporting Student Reading Remains a Core Service | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

Who's Attempting to Replicate the Traditional School Day? Not Many. | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

A Plan for Getting Books Returned? We'll Deal With That Later, Say Librarians. | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

Print or Digital: Where School Librarians Expect to Spend | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

How Are You Doing? Parsing the Response to Our Survey of School Librarians. | From the Editor

Esports Leagues Continue To Play Despite School Closures

Public Libraries See Uptick in Digital Checkouts of YA, Kids’ Books. Juvenile Fiction Jumps 68% Since Pandemic.

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Tuscaloosa City Schools Find Success with Librarian, Reading Specialist Partnerships

How Does a Shared School and Public Library Work? Take a Look at Mine.

Story Seeds Podcast Brings Author, Reader Collaborations to Listeners

James Patterson Pledges $2.5 Million for Classroom Libraries

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#AuthorsTakeAction and Spread Message to Readers: Stay Home

Two Libraries In One: When Schools and Public Libraries Share Space, All Users Benefit

IMLS, CDC Offer Guidance for Disinfecting Returned Library Books

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Jason Reynolds To Start Online Initiative as National Ambassador for Young People's Literature

Zoombombing Is Just the Start. How To Protect Student Privacy During the Remote Learning Explosion.

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Virtual Storytime and Circle Time: 15 Tips To Make a Dynamic Video

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Tomie dePaola Left a Legacy of Comfort, Kindness, and Quality Children's Books

School Librarians Can Help During Crisis, But Some Fear Being Shut Out

With Schools Closed, Districts Are Committed To Keeping Kids Fed

For Wizards in Confinement, “Harry Potter at Home” Offers Activities, a Free Ebook and Audiobook

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Dav Pilkey, Dolly Parton, and LeVar Burton Offer Stay-at-Home Activities, Read-Alouds

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L.A. County High School Wellbeing Centers Continue to Serve Students

Equity and Remote Learning: Strategies from 3 Librarians

The Publishing Industry Adapts to COVID-19 While Offering Support

Global Read Aloud Titles Announced

Cicely Lewis Named 2020 School Librarian of the Year

"Reading Is My Superpower": Cicely Lewis, 2020 School Librarian of the Year

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Schools—and School Libraries—May Read Harry Potter Online, With J.K. Rowling’s Blessing 

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The Remote Learning Curve: Educators, Parents, and Students Adjust During the Coronavirus Crisis

Disney Publishing Releases Online Reading Guidelines

How To Run a Virtual Book Club with Middle Schoolers

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DC Launches DC Kids Camp with Videos and Activities from Minh Lê, Gene Luen Yang, Shannon Hale, and More

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ALA Cancels Annual Conference Due To Coronavirus

5 Podcasts on Kids & Tech Use Your Patrons Could Use Right Now

FCC Clears Schools, Libraries to Offer E-Rate Supported Wi-Fi to Public

Professional Development Opportunities from Home

Resources for Pre-K Learning and Fun at Home

Abrams Offers Read-Aloud Guidelines

HMH Releases Temporary Online Read-Aloud Policy

Makers Step Up To Help With Personal Protective Equipment Shortage for Healthcare Workers

School Library Journal Offers Free Full Access to Content, Digitized Magazines

Audible Announces New Site, Free Streaming of Titles for Kids and Families

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A News– and Media Literacy–Themed Mixtape for Tough Times

Macmillan Updates Content Use Guidelines

HarperCollins Children's Books Outlines Online Reading Policy

Publishers Adapt Policies To Help Educators

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Not Just Tech Support: Librarian Spotlights Social-Emotional Needs Among Remote Learning Resources

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Kid Lit Authors Organize Virtual Book Festival for May

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Scholastic Temporarily Revises Policy for Online Read-Alouds

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Penguin Random House OKs Online Storytime, Read-aloud Videos

Kid Lit Authors Step Up To Help Educators, Students, and Parents

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Free Tools for Online Teaching and Learning During School Closures

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In a Pandemic, Librarians Are Reporting to Work, Scared and Questioning Their Institutions

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A Crisis—as in School Closures Due to Coronavirus—Justifies Fair Use, Say Librarians

School Librarians Make Sure Students Have Books During Closures

Amid Rising Anti-semitism, Holocaust Education Expands To Address Hate

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