Joint Statements with MLA and MassCUE
The Massachusetts School Library Association has made collaborative joint statements with both the Massachusetts Library Association (MLA) and the Massachusetts Computer Using Educations (MassCUE).
These understandings define the similarities and differences between these professional organizations.They also demonstrate their shared desires to positively impact student learning.
with Massachusetts Library Association (MLA)
to delineate the similarities and differences between school libraries and public libraries.
with Massachusetts Computer Using Educators (MassCUE)
Developed and affirmed by the Executive Boards of both MSLA and MassCUE in 2007:
A Common Vision MassCUE and MSLA encourage cooperation, promote resource sharing, and support one another in working towards equitable and effective school library and technology programs that provide children with a wide array of materials and services necessary for them to develop to their fullest potential as lifelong learners. To this end, school districts must provide library and technology programs with adequate funding, licensed professionals and support staff necessary to be successful.
School Library and Technology Services
for Schools in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
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