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Limitless Libraries: A Collaborative Partnership that Supports At-Risk Students

Limitless Libraries: A Collaborative Partnership that Supports At-Risk Students

The National Student/Parent Mock Election, the nation’s largest student-driven civics project, invites students to take part in the election...

The National Student/Parent Mock Election, the nation’s largest student-driven civics project, invites students to take part in the election...

ALA Youth Media Awards | News & Press Center

ALA Youth Media Awards | News & Press Center

Best Websites for Teaching & Learning 2014 | American Association of School Librarians (AASL)

Best Websites for Teaching & Learning 2014 | American Association of School Librarians (AASL)

New PA Study Shows Full-time School Librarian Boosts  Student Achievement

New PA Study Shows Full-time School Librarian Boosts Student Achievement

graphite | Ingredients for effective teaching  easy access and search for websites and apps for students

graphite | Ingredients for effective teaching easy access and search for websites and apps for students

Seek the Unknown @ your library! This Teen Read Week™ (Oct. 13-19) Teen Read Week Ning.  Join, learn and share.

Seek the Unknown @ your library! This Teen Read Week™ (Oct. 13-19) Teen Read Week Ning. Join, learn and share.

Good Article to pass on to parents... Prepare yourself and your child for the challenges and changes of middle school - 2009 August - Chicago Parent | ChicagoParent.com

Prepare yourself and your child for the challenges and changes of middle school

Good Article to pass on to parents... Prepare yourself and your child for the challenges and changes of middle school - 2009 August - Chicago Parent | ChicagoParent.com

Sara Sayigh Reinstated at Chicago Public School Library - Librarian to return after viral student demonstration

Sara Sayigh Reinstated at Chicago Public School Library - Librarian to return after viral student demonstration

Can a public library serve both school children and its other patrons at the same time? That question is being put to the test in Chicago this week as the Back of the Yards Library—a public library branch meant to serve as a school library for the 9–12 grade students attending the new Back of the Yards High School next door—opens its doors for the first time.

Can a public library serve both school children and its other patrons at the same time? That question is being put to the test in Chicago this week as the Back of the Yards Library—a public library branch meant to serve as a school library for the 9–12 grade students attending the new Back of the Yards High School next door—opens its doors for the first time.

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