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Must See TV

July 19, 2011

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I’m so glad I caught the following announcement on @ PaperTigers in time to view the broadcast this evening on my local PBS station! An Inspired Elementary School Teacher Launches a Revolution in Reading For Colombia’s Rural Children in POV’s “Biblioburro: The Donkey Library”, Premiering Tuesday, July 19, 2011, on PBS Donated Books, Two Donkeys […]

Supporting School Libraries

April 18, 2010


A growing trend is for various types of librarians to collaborate to form and serve larger communities. You may find school librarians working academic libraries to better prepare high school students for college research. School librarians work with public librarians so that students can have a wider variety of research materials and become familiar with […]

Grants for Libraries

November 17, 2007

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The One World: Connecting Communities, Cultures, and Classrooms Program teaches students fundamentals in diversity, respect for others, and building communities. The lessons help children develop skills to promote empathy, dialogue, and respect. The program includes a Student Journey Book that provide extensions and a deeper exploration of the lessons topics. All lessons and support tools […]