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A Problematic Website, Controlling School Board, and Accelerated Reader | Scales on Censorship

Beyond the Brain: Dynamic School Libraries Encourage Thinking with an Extended Mind

Health-Based Library Outreach in the Covid Era | First Steps

Educators Share Latest News Literacy Strategies | SLJ Summit

Nation's Report Card: Long-Term Trend Assessment Shows Reading Decline

OverDrive Acquires TeachingBooks

Nikole Hannah-Jones Launches 1619 Freedom School in Iowa

A Conversation with Dr. Kimberly Parker on the Movement to Create More Readers

Scholastic Remembers Chairman and CEO Dick Robinson | News Bites

Pairing Children’s Literature and Primary Sources

Multilingual Learners Faced Unique Challenges in Distance Learning. Educators Stepped Up with Innovative Solutions.

An Ear for Reading: Audiobooks Take Center Stage in the Classroom

News Literacy for Elementary Learners

After-School Is an Equity Issue: With record need in communities of color, the time to partner is now

Librarians Help Students Understand Biased Science

Librarians Uniquely Equipped To Address the Tenor of the Times

After the Rampage at the Capitol, Educators Are Asked To Meet the Moment Once Again

Homework Helpers Program Offers Tutors for NYC Families, Provides Model for Remote Learning Assistance

15 Resources for Teaching Hour of Code Online in December

Expanding Students’ Reading Experiences by Valuing Their Preferences | Donalyn Miller

Ahead of the Curve: School Librarians Innovate and Take on New Responsibilities | SLJ COVID-19 Survey

Coding Is a Literacy | Opinion

Family Bonding Over Books in Turbulent Times

Addressing Bias in Research Instruction

Laying a Foundation for Reading Joy | Donalyn Miller

Teaching Compassion―Not Empathy―and Critical Reading | Opinion

Kwame Alexander Creates WordPlay, A Digital Video Series on Writing

Fighting the Infodemic: New Strategies for News Literacy

Peter Adams Fields Seven Questions About Misinformation and “Fake News”

Engaging Young People Through Read-Alouds | Donalyn Miller

Young Readers Need Eye Smiles and Lots of Books

We Are the Media: Helping Young Information Creators Be Better Consumers | News Literacy

Our Ability to Fully Participate as Citizens Is Tied to Literacy | Donalyn Miller

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

Summer School Library Checkout, 2020 Edition

News Literacy Must Include Social Emotional Learning

The Importance of Critical Thinking in the Age of Fake News

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

Podcasts To Pair with CSLP’s Summer Reading Theme

Get Smart About Memes

Tuscaloosa City Schools Find Success with Librarian, Reading Specialist Partnerships

The Power of Stories: What I Learned from My Students About Diverse Books

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

From Creating Mini-Economies to Parsing Fictional Spending Scenarios, Here's How Librarians Teach Financial Literacy to Kids

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

Global Read Aloud Titles Announced

Making the Most of Independent Reading

SLJ/ISTE Webcast Series Returns with Tech Trends Spring 2020

A Deep Dive into Deep Fakes: Media Literacy in a World Where Seeing Is no Longer Believing

A Library Story. They Say Everyone Has One. | From the Editor

UPDATE: High Schoolers Collaborate with Public Library Makerspace on Projects for Visually-Impaired Students

Making Great Strives: Building Confident Readers

 Is Your School a De Facto Book Desert? | Donalyn Miller

Schools, Libraries Celebrate World Read Aloud Day 2020

It's Time To Go Mobile While Teaching News Literacy

Reading Levels Unfairly Label Learners, Say Critics. And Then There's the Research.

Kids and Authors Alike Love Instagram. Here’s How To Leverage It To Get Kids Reading.

News Literacy Project and Scripps Launch National News Literacy Week

Hip-Hop EDU: Use Music To Spark Students' Creativity and Learning

The Book Truck Brings Free Books to Thousands of L.A. Students

Storytime's Brain-Building Power | First Steps

Truth in Textbooks: Unpacking Bias in Curriculum Staples

Educators Face Challenges Teaching Media Literacy to Immigrant Students

Spotlight on Media Literacy & Advocacy at AASL '19

Report: High Schoolers' Lack of Digital Literacy Skills Is “Troubling”

Reading Scores Fall on Nation's Report Card

Celebrate Children's Book Week; Lerner Loves Librarians | News Bites

Penguin Random House Education Launches Elementary Website

Education Influencers, Please Disclose Your Partnerships with Vendors | Opinion

School Librarians’ Wish Lists for Teaching Information Literacy

Powering College Readiness | Editorial

School Librarians Poised To Support Student Success, Information Literacy Survey Shows

Osmo's Little Genius Starter Kit Gives Young Learners Interactive, Hands-On Educational Experience | Tech Review

Little Patrons, Big Ideas: New approaches in early learning have implications for public libraries

When It Comes To Connected Learning, Libraries Face an Awareness Problem. Enter the FamLAB Project.

News and Highlights from ISTE 2019

Library Ideas to Launch AR/VR-enhanced Children’s Books

PEN America and Trust Project Release Newsroom Transparency Tracker | News Bites

How to Start a Nerd Camp

Nashville Public Library Runs Early Literacy Program for Incarcerated Teen Fathers

Born of School Library Closures, West Philadelphia Alliance For Children Wins Innovations in Reading Prize

Teacher Reflects As Student Founders of ProjectLIT Prepare to Graduate

Scholastic Report Reveals Summer Reading Trends

Mark the Centennial Celebration of Children's Book Week

Denver Teacher Librarian Brings Students Back to Library

Using Drawing and Short Stories To Teach Information Literacy

Early Literacy Space Opens in Chicago Laundromat

Scholastic Survey Reveals Large Drop in Reading Between Ages 8 and 9

On the Frontlines of News Literacy

In a Meme Culture, How To Spark Critical Thinking About Images

Highlight Reel: Visual Literacy and the Movies

Using Prevention Science To Address Cyberbullying

Picture Books, Novels, and Nonfiction To Foster Digital Citizenship

Marley Dias, Allister Chang Among ILA’s “30 Under 30” Literacy Champions

Card-Carrying Babies | First Steps

Book Clubs for Beginner Readers

The Digital Lives of Tweens

Digital Citizenship: New Teaching Strategies

Little Free Libraries: Pet Projects or Literacy Tools?

Rachel Payne, Jessica Ralli To Pen SLJ Early Learning Column, “First Steps”


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