Things To Do:
Developing Critical Thinking Skills
by Teaching About Banned Books
at John D. Hardy Elementary School, Wellesley
Library teacher Lisa Rogers engages her students in a thought-provoking discussion and activity around challenged and banned books. Learn how she has students think critically about whether books belong in the collection or not by clicking here.
The Legislative Special Commission on
School Library Services
was created by the Massachusetts Legislature in July 2014 to look at equity of access to school library programs in our public schools.
Update on the Special Commission on School Libraries (Oct. 2019)
The Commission has issued:
The Massachusetts School Library Study: Equity and Access for Students in the Commonwealth
Salem State University portal
MA School Library Study Research Project
for the Massachusetts School Library Study: Equity and Access for Students in the Commonwealth
Visit the MSLA ADVOCACY pages for complete information and activities
Updated: May 18, 2019