FROM THE president

Dunnavant, Sandi
September 2006
Florida Media Quarterly;Fall2006, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p4
The article reports on the programs for school librarians in Florida. The Florida Association for Media in Education (FAME) and the Florida Department of Education have taken several initiatives to assist them to face the challenges before them. The Excel Rubric program was developed by the Department to help them and principals to develop excellent library media programs. The FAME has been holding regional meetings to provide them with latest information about trends in the field.


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