Who is a school librarian?
School librarians are instructional leaders who partner with classroom teachers to ensure that all students are competent in multiple literacies, including reading, research and inquiry, and the ethical use of information.
What is a school library?
A school library is more than a space or a collection of books; it is a program vital to the learning culture in a school. School libraries include both physical and virtual elements and are led by a professional librarian who connects, supports, and serves a community of learners committed to thinking , learning, sharing, and growing.
What do school librarians do?
School librarians partner with classroom teachers to support the growth of student literacy and critical thinking. They curate both physical and web-based resources, design and guide learning experiences, and collaborate with teachers to create opportunities for student and teacher growth. School librarians are the key to equity in schools. They provide access to high-quality ideas, resources, and experiences for ALL learners.