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To the Moon and Beyond: Summer Programming Inspirations for 2019

A Student-Run Black History Month Celebration

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Food Literacy Programs Teach More Than Cooking and Nutrition

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Five Ideas for the Teen Makerspace: DIY Games Edition

Drag Queen Story Hour Brings Fun—And Continued Protests

Filtering, What Is It Good For?

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56 Pinterest-ing Passive Programming Ideas for Libraries Serving Teens

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Free Speech Debate Erupts with ALA's Inclusion of Hate Groups in Revision of Bill of Rights Interpretation

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Teen Advisory Board Organizes Holi Event Celebrating Hindu Festival

Higher Ground: Getting College Ready in the Library

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Microsoft Offers Mixed Reality Headsets, PD to School and Public Libraries  

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Flossmoor Public Library Struggles with "Rowdy" Tweens and Teens; Relaxes ID Policy

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Video: Toy Take-Apart with Kristin Fontichiaro and Ben Rearick

Children's Program Sparks Backlash in Illinois Town

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Picture Book Police Officers

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Librarian, Art Teacher Hope To Give Students Storytime—and Stability—Over Summer

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Aurora Library Director on Controversial Poem: "This Was a Mistake That Does Not Represent Us."

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

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Parental Demands and Accusations | Scales on Censorship

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Local Educators Lead Relief Efforts in Puerto Rico

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World Read Aloud Day Adds Magic Night This Year

ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom Launches New Policy Toolkit

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Librarians Use "Ready to Code" Grants, Learn From Each Other

Libraries Provide IEP Information and Assistance Programs

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Rethinking, and Ditching, Fines for Kids

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School, Teen Librarians Recognized at 2017 I Love My Librarian Awards

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Cheap Thrills: Maker Projects that Won’t Break Your Budget

Chalkboard Controversy: Naughty Graffiti and Social Media Safety in a Middle School Library Space

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Picking Up the Pieces on Opioids | Editorial

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Brooklyn Public Library Offers Online PD Course on Information Literacy

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