Related

Last 30 days
Last 6 months
Last 12 months
Last 24 months
Specific Dates
From:

To:
Specific Author
Specific Publisher

Virtual Science Labs, Flipped Classrooms Flourish After a Remote Year

Supply Chain Disruptions Plague Book Publishing, Impact Libraries

Sessions on Teaching the Truth, Facing Challenges to Antiracist Books, Mobile Services, and More Planned for SLJ Summit

A Roundup of New Resources and Opportunities | News Bites

Illustrator Jerry Pinkney Took On a New Challenge During the Pandemic

Public Libraries Get Innovative for Playtime

Duke MDs’ Prescription for Schools? Masks, with Enforcement, and Psychological Support for Teachers, Students.

With Federal COVID Relief Funds, Districts Prioritize Infrastructure, Tech, and Social-Emotional Wellness

A Win for Stanton County: An ALA grant fuels a library/school partnership in rural Kansas | Editor's Note

Unschooling Movement Gaining Popularity

A Library System Steps Up Programming for Homeschoolers

Schools and Libraries Can Apply for Federal Connectivity Fund

Reopening for All Requires Safe Schools and Workplaces for Asian Americans | From the Editor

AASL Announces 2021 Best Digital Tools for Teaching and Learning

Districts Turn to Summer Learning to Fight Pandemic's Impact

Already Famous: Making the Case for Licensed Content Books

NYC School Counselor Launches Little Free Diverse Libraries During Pandemic

Reading in Community: The Pandemic and Racial Justice Movement Galvanized Focused Reading Groups

All Together Now: Isolation tested the bonds among us. We also forged new ones. | Editor's Note

12 Books to Get Parents Through COVID-19 and Beyond

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

Network, Fellowships Established for Rural Libraries

Library Summer Reading Programs Can Help Combat COVID Slide

Eight Tips from a Year of Virtual Teaching

All-Star Lineup Promises Dynamic Discussion at SLJ Day of Dialog

Jason Reynolds Named Banned Books Week Honorary Chair; 1619 Project Books Coming in November; and More | News Bites

Public Library's Cardboard Carnival STEM Program Successfully Goes Remote

Rolling with the Times: How Mobile Services Innovated During COVID

Optimize Engagement While Reading Ebooks Aloud with Toddlers | First Steps

Scholastic Pulls "The Adventures of Ook and Gluk;" Comic-Con Comes Back, and More | News Bites

During COVID, Libraries Prioritized Electronic Resources, Fiction | SLJ 2021 Spending Survey

Journeying with Jones: Amanda Jones, 2021 School Librarian of the Year

Chronicling COVID: Children’s Authors Tackle Pandemic Topics for Kids

School Librarians Get Creative To Hold Book Fairs Despite Pandemic Restrictions

Processing Hate: Anti-Asian racism calls for education, a place in our national reckoning

Schools, Libraries To Receive Billions in Funding Thanks to American Rescue Plan Act

Happily Horrified: Why Tweens Crave Horror in Scary Times

15 Frightful Favorites: A Fifth Grader’s Horror Booklist

Quarantweens: Helping Kids Survive Adolescence at Home

One Year Later, School Librarians Share Lessons Learned and Hopes for the Future

Antiracism Book Festival Set For April, Eric Carle Museum To Reopen, and More | News Bites

When Should Fines Be Ditched? | Scales on Censorship

19th Amendment Centennial Celebration Continues in 2021

Tweens Revolutionize Online Activism

CDC Adds Detailed Ventilation Recommendations to School Guidance

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

Good Company | Opinion

Abrams, HarperCollins, and Peachtree Extend Permission for Readalouds to June 30

CDC Reissues Guidelines for Safely Opening School Buildings

Collaboration, Deep Research Make Project-Based Learning a Virtual Win

Take-Home Activity Kits for Little Library Visitors | First Steps

From the Editor

What Will “Getting Back to Normal” Look Like?

Librarians Uniquely Equipped To Address the Tenor of the Times

Virtual Story Time Challenges; Objection to Books on Immigration | Scales on Censorship

Some Students Have Taken to Remote Learning. They're Thriving, in Fact.

The Year in SLJ Covers 2020

Connecticut's Commissioner of Education, and Former Public School Teacher, Miguel Cardona Nominated for Secretary of Education

Absent Live Events, Publishers Keep Creators and Librarians Connected

School Librarian New Year's Mini-Poll

Help Little Ones Explore Emotions in an Unfair Time | First Steps

CDC: Teachers, Support Staff Recommended for Next Round of Vaccine | News Bites

NEA, National PTA Pandemic Survey Reveals Students Feel Academic Decline, Seek More Time with Educators

Teachers Pay Teachers Needs a Librarian | From the Editor

Coping With COVID-19: Publishers Join the Ranks of Helpers

SLJ's 2020 News Stories That Gave Us Hope

Listening to One Another in Our Nation of Stories

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

2020 by the Numbers: Stats on Education, Access, and Reading

A New Position and Blank Canvas for "Library Lady" Toni Winsett

SLJ's Most Popular Stories of 2020

BookExpo, BookCon "Retired," Industry Events Won't Return After Pandemic

Top Trendsetting Podcasts from 2020 | Kidcasts

Free Wi-Fi, Internet, New York Times Subscriptions Available | News Bites

Festive, Wrapped 'Book Boxes' Bring Cheer to Checkout at a NC School | Pictures of the Week

Catching Up with 2020 School Librarian of the Year Cicely Lewis

Biden Administration's Bold Education Goals Will Require Large Increase in Funding

Get the Most Out of Zoom, Nearpod, Biblionasium, and Other Tools While Teaching Remotely

Partnering with Independent Bookstores and Libraries, Nathan Hale Kicks Off 10-City Virtual Tour

Trauma-Informed Teaching During the Pandemic | SLJ Summit

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

As COVID Continues to Pressure Kids and Communities, Libraries Lean In to Support Mental Health

Missed the SLJ Summit? You Can Access the Full Program on Demand.

Scholastic Book Fairs Returns with Safety Protocols. Schools Closed? There are Drive-Through and Virtual Options.

Practical Steps for 'Reimagining School' | SLJ Summit 2020

San Francisco Learning Hubs Helping Most Vulnerable Students

Black Lives Matter Cofounder Patrisse Cullors Calls Upon Educators To Lead Courageous Conversations | SLJ Summit 2020

Partnership Helps NY School District Meet Staff Mental Health Needs During Pandemic

REALM Project Reveals Coronavirus Detected on Leather and Synthetic Leather After Eight Days

Virtual Preschool: Make the Most of Remote Class Visits and Programming | First Steps

Librarianship in 2020: Year of the Go-Getter

National Geographic Society Launches COVID-19 Emergency Fund for Educators

One Family, Many Choices: Lessons Learned About School and Equality | Opinion

When Words Fail: Pandemic Life in a Picture

Can Pre-COVID Books Still Speak To Kids?

What Would Lunch Lady Do? The Story Behind This Month’s Cover. | From the Editor

Librarians Create Digital Book Displays for Students and Patrons

Virtual Libraries and Bitmoji Classrooms Bring a New Kind of Book Browsing

SLJ wins Eddie Awards for COVID-19 Coverage, Feature Story “Betwixt”

They’ll Make It Anywhere: Hands-On Maker and Science Activities Go Virtual

articles
ALREADY A SUBSCRIBER?

We are currently offering this content for free. Sign up now to activate your personal profile, where you can save articles for future viewing

ALREADY A SUBSCRIBER?