The other day, Dr. Stephen Krashen shared this post with California School Library staff and supporters: Sara Stevenson presents evidence that teens are indeed reading and might even be "keeping the book industry afloat."
California teacher librarians have responded with an immediate and enthusiastic "yes", students are reading and love books and their libraries (school and public). Now, get the word to parents and policymakers to stop cutting budgets and support strong school libraries! Learn what a strong school library is by going to the California Campaign for Strong School Libraries site. Learn the minimum standards for school libraries and demand that your school meets or exceeds the standards. Promote and advocate for implementation of model school library standards.
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Teenagers Are Reading: Keeping Book Industry Afloat?
Posted by Jackie S, 2.0 project manager at 7:49 AM
Labels: advocacy, California Campaign for Strong School Libraries, CSLA, public libraries, reading and books, school librarians, Stephen Krashen, teens
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