Leadership and the School Librarian

November 2014
School Library Monthly;Nov2014, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p32
The article focuses on the leadership of school librarians. Topics discussed include the importance for librarians to coordinate with school wide reading events, librarians to serves technology coaches and urged teachers to use the right technology to improve student learning, and requirement fir librarians to meet the needs of stakeholders for them to be able to build influence in school community.


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