For the fourth year, Kentucky led the nation in Summer Reading pledges during the Chief’s Summer Reading Challenge, a project of the Council of Chief State School Officers and MetaMetrics.
The Kentucky Association of School Librarians (KASL) honored 2016 award recipients at a luncheon and ceremony Sept. 24 at the Galt House in Louisville.
Librarians take a look inside the world of children’s book authors and illustrators.
By Bobby Ellis email@example.com There aren't many libraries that can claim to have a giant wall of computer monitors, a green screen, an aquaponics lab and...
Terri Grief, the school librarian at McCracken County High School, is a candidate for the 2018-19 presidency of the American Library Association (ALA). An ALA member...
The library media specialist at Nicholasville Elementary partnered with the Jessamine County Public Library during the 2015-16 school year to introduce students to virtual book clubs.
State law requires all elementary schools in Kentucky to provide high-quality library media programs. But how you know what is considered effective for a school library program?
Three educators at Ballard High School decided to work together last school year to see how they could get students really excited about reading.
School libraries will be the focus the last two days of this yearly event, with sessions covering a wide array of topics such as school library/public library collaborations, innovative makerspaces and the latest in new book releases for K-12 students.
Pam Coomer, library media specialist at Fairdale High School (Jefferson County), was selected from a pool of more than 300 applicants to participate in the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Summer Teacher Institute.