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The Latest on AASL Knowledge Quest

  • 1.  The Latest on AASL Knowledge Quest

    Posted May 03, 2023 09:14 AM

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    The Latest on AASL Knowledge Quest

    This weekly summary of AASL Knowledge Quest blogs offers school librarians the chance to catch up on the latest posts on the Knowledge Quest website.



    Invite: AASL Annual Membership Meeting on May 10th

    Kathy Lester, AASL President 2022-2023

    2023-05-02 09:00 AM

    From AASL's collaborative work with ALA and AASL partners to new AASL publications to AASL Committee, Section, and Chapter Assembly work to AASL Leadership State Chapter visits to preparing for the 2023 AASL National Conference and to the reintroduction of... Read More ›


    Every Day is Right to Read Day!

    Kathy Lester, AASL President 2022-2023

    2023-04-28 09:00 AM

    Monday, April 24 was "Right to Read Day"- the first day of National Library Week and a national day of action to defend, protest, and celebrate the right to read in the United States. The issues of having access to... Read More ›


    Supplemental Books for After AP/IB Exams

    Karin Greenberg

    2023-04-26 05:12 PM

    How many students learn for the sake of learning? It's a question I think about a lot in this age of overtesting. In New York, children start with the ELA, Math, and Science tests in the early grades and then... Read More ›


    School Library Outreach Programs

    Jessica Fitzpatrick

    2023-04-20 09:00 AM

    School libraries have long been a staple of the educational system, providing learners and faculty members access to a wide range of books and resources. They are also a hub of community outreach, serving as a shared gathering space for... Read More ›


    "Choosing 'Right' over 'Easy'" – An Archeological Find

    Steve Tetreault

    2023-04-17 09:00 AM

    Time Hasn't Healed All Wounds While going through some old not-quite-done pieces of writing, I came across something that threw me for a loop. It seemed extremely topical, but it was in my discarded drafts folder, and I didn't remember... Read More ›




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