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Drag Queen Story Hour NYC Bringing Program to Older Kids

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Book Review: This Is What It Feels Like by Rebecca Barrow

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Who Needs the MLS?  In a Fast-Changing Field, Librarians Consider the Investment.

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International Literacy Association Creates Child's Rights To Read

Questioning 'The Hate U Give' | Scales on Censorship

A School Library's Fundraising and Advocacy Campaign in Alabama

Aligning our Standards: Two New Crosswalks

Educators Must Mind Tone Policing

Educators and Race: A Conversation with Author Ijeoma Oluo on Tackling Systemic Racism in U.S. Education

8 Things you need to know to be…
AN AGENT OF CHANGE

We Need to Talk About LGBTQ Book Displays

Newbery Winner Erin Entrada Kelly Lends Artistic Talent to Cause

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Future Ready Librarians Update Framework; ISTE Creates Crosswalk

Educators Keep Battling, Supporting Each Other After Spring #RedforEd Uprising

As I Try Desperately to Get Home Again, Not All Children Can. Here’s why it matters.

A Fifth Grader's Mission To Save His School's Librarian

Maker Grows Up: Committing to Sustainable Programs Nationwide

Don't Stress About Coding: Focus Shifts To Teaching Problem Solving Not Computer Skills

Fighting Cuts: How To Keep Librarians in Schools

Washington State Bill Includes Allocation for School Library Materials

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Empower Yourself to Meet Challenges Ahead | Editorial

Repurposing School Library Positions | Take the Lead

We Closed the Comments. Here’s Why. | Editor’s Note

Organizations Urge Action to Overturn Harmful Funding Cuts in Federal Budget Proposal

Libraries Can Help Disrupt School-to-Prison Pipeline

Advocate This, Not That!

New Job, New Country, New Literature: A librarian starts a new chapter in Singapore

Five Ways I Created Opportunity at My Title I School

What's Your Why? Defining Your Mission | Take the Lead

Curation and the School Librarian

Top Tools for Computer Science Learning, AR/VR, and Game Design

Teen Politic: The True Politics of Being a Teen Services Librarian in Our Public Libraries

AASL National Standards: A few essentials to get started!

Dispelling Some Myths about Public Libraries, One Tweet at a Time

Teens Tackle Race and Identity, Aided by a Graphic Novel | SLJ Summit 2017

John Green Keynote | SLJ Summit 2017

Teaching Empathy and Mindfulness | Mix It Up

Melissa Jacobs Takes Top Library Position at NYC Department of Education

Hurricane Relief for Libraries; Be a Rebel and Tweet; Grants for Autism Inclusion | News Bites

Maker Movement Grows in K-12, with Librarians Leading the Way, Finds SLJ Survey

The Faces of Leadership | Editorial

Book Review: All’s Faire in Middle School by Victoria Jamieson

Just released: Horizon Report K12 (and how we’re leading these changes!)

Choosing Whose Words Have Power Over Us, a guest post by author Meg Kassel

Professional Reading on Leadership, Differentiated Learning, & More

Make, Write, Excel: Alisha Wilson, 2017 Maker Hero

Parsing the New ALA School Librarian Competencies Framework

New ISTE Standards for Educators Highlight Librarians’ Role

Informing your PD efforts: New ISTE Standards for Educators and Future Ready Frameworks

Building Bridges and Restoring Jobs | Take the Lead

New Advocacy to Save School Librarians, One Click at a Time

How a Teen Librarian Addressed “13 Reasons Why” in Her Community

Digital Citizenship Education in Nine Steps | Take the Lead

Incoming ALA President Jim Neal: Supporting School Libraries

School Librarians of Rhode Island Raising the Profile of Their Profession

Thriving During Leadership Change | Take the Lead

Lilead Fellows for 2017–2018 Announced

From Teacher Librarian to Thought Leader | Take the Lead

Support Libraries, Save the IMLS

Survey: Bullying of Marginalized Students On the Rise

Amid ESSA Uncertainty, Educators Urged To Be "Aware" and "Active"

A Bully Backtracks | “Before I Fall” Movie Review

Advocating for the Worth of Librarians Pays Off in CA | Take the Lead

From Refugees to Voting Rights, Books to Inspire a Just, Inclusive Society

Behind the Poster: Artist Calef Brown Talks with SLJ

Lilead Fellows, EveryLibrary Share Out ESSA Strategies | ALA Midwinter 2017

Shannon McClintock Miller Named Spokesperson for Future Ready Librarians and Project Connect

Eight Librarians Flip Their Skills To Serve a New Calling

Book Review: Safe is Not Enough: Better Schools for LGBTQ Students by Michael Sadowski

These Superintendents Are Sold on Libraries | Editorial

The Superhero Librarian Within | Take the Lead

SLJ Leadership Summit 2016: The Power of Purpose

ESSA Action Focus Pivots to Policy Points

Unnatural Selection: More Librarians Are Self-Censoring

Three Strategies for When the Going Gets Tough | Take the Lead

Lilead Project Receives IMLS Support for New Round of Fellows

Unstoppable Ambassador: Laura Gardner, 2016 School Librarian of the Year Finalist

Connect With Your Principal | Take the Lead

To the Table with ESSA | Editorial

How To Crowdsource a Library

Gain Support When You Support District Goals | Take the Lead

Are you future ready?

Future Ready Schools Announces Project To Recognize School Librarians as Leaders in Learning Transformation

Librarians as Instructional Leaders | Take the Lead

Book Review: Draw the Line by Laurent Linn

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A letter of support

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