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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: Administrators

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


Scholastic Administrator Articles


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Refer to the LibGuide developed for the session at the 2015 AASL Conference “Your Principal Partnership: Communicating Library Program Success is Key to Your Success” by Deb Kachel and Mary Kay Biagini at 

A School Administrator's Perspective


Principals Speak Out About School Librarians

Published on Apr 4, 2014

Principals Know: School Librarians are the Heart of the School was crowdsourced by Dr. Judi Moreillon and Dr. Teresa Starrett using funds provided by the Texas Library Association, Demco, and the Dean's Research Funds (College of Professional Education, Texas Woman's University).

Comments form Judi: "I also think school librarians can benefit from closely listening to what these administrators say in their testimonials. No one gave them a script to read. This is what they know from first-hand experience working alongside leader librarians.

We should make sure that every principal experiences the professional work of school librarians in these high-impact ways that improve learning and teaching in our schools."

Judi Moreillon, M.L.S., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, School of Library and Information Studies, Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX



Articles in Administrator Journals

  • Digital Native Does Not Equal Digital Literacy
    By working together, principals, librarians, and teachers can transform learning environments to ensure that students achieve digital literacy.
    By Ann M. Martin and Kathleen R. Roberts
    Principal, January/February 2015

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