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The annual conference of the Massachusetts School Library Association
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Sunday, May 7 • 1:30pm - 3:25pm
ESSA for School Librarians

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Find out the most current information on the new ESSA legislation and how it directly impacts school librarians. The workshops will: * include the most current information on developments at the Federal level and work through the sections of ESSA that can be directly linked to the school librarian/library program; * connect ESSA language to school librarian’s role; and * discuss current state work with recommendations for opportunities at state and local levels to ensure the ‘effective school library program’ language in ESSA. The hands-on small group work will aid in identifying stakeholders, building coalitions, message crafting, and elevator speech development. Join Anita and Pam as they present both the state and national perspective on ESSA and how it impacts your school library program.

View our slides here

Access the handbook here

ESSA and School Libraries website 

Speakers
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Anita Cellucci

Library Teacher, Westborough High School
ANITA CELLUCCI is the Teacher librarian at Westborough High School, Westborough, MA. where she is also the K-12 Library Department head. As a Teaching Lecturer for Plymouth State University, NH she teaches an online course for children’s and young adult literature with a focus on... Read More →
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Pam Harland

Faculty/Program Coordinator, Plymouth State University
Pam Harland has been a librarian for over 25 years working in school libraries, academic libraries, and at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston as a research librarian. She coordinates the Library Media Specialist and Digital Learning Specialist programs at Plymouth State University... Read More →


Sunday May 7, 2017 1:30pm - 3:25pm EDT
Hyannisport East 2nd Floor