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A school library research project funded by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to study the impact of school library programs and librarians on student achievement in Pennsylvania; edited by Debra E. Kachel
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AASL Advocacy Brochure

School Library Programs Improve Student Learning: Teachers

Packets of 25 brochures can be purchased from the ALA Bookstore. This one is designed specifically for teachers.

Why Teachers Support School Librarians

PSEA, the Pennsylvania State Teachers Association

An affiliate of the NEA, PSEA has more than 187,000 public school teachers and education support professionals, staff in state higher education institutions, nurses in health care facilities, retired educators, and college students preparing to become teachers.

  • PSEA Website
  • The Voice for Education
    The online journal of PSEA
  • Resolution in Support of School Librarians (May 2016)
    (page 20)
    “D-25 SCHOOL LIBRARIES/MEDIA CENTERS The Association believes that a comprehensive library/media
    program, shall include an integrated instructional curriculum, printed and nonprinted resource materials,
    and at least one librarian who holds a valid Pennsylvania teaching certificate. This program shall be
    provided in each elementary and secondary building. Students and classroom teachers must be guaranteed
    continuous access to library media centers, library media specialists, and information resources. (81,91)

American Federation of Teachers (AFT) Pennsylvania

AFT Pennsylvania, with offices in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, represents more than 36,000 members in 93 local affiliates throughout the Commonwealth, including teachers and school-related personnel, health care professionals, higher education faculty members and state employees.

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