Equity for All Students
Research Linking School Libraries to EQUITY
Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. The Massachusetts School Library Study: Equity and Access for Students in the Commonwealth: Report of Findings and Recommendations of the Special Commission on School Library Services in Massachusetts. By Carol A. Gordon and Robin Cicchetti, Mar. 2018. Massachusetts Libraries Board of Library Commissioners.
Ramos, Cynthia. “School Libraries for EQUITY: Do What’s Right for ALL Our Students.” (TASLTalks blog, June 1, 2016) Cynthia is an HISD librarian and parent.
“Seattle’s school libraries: a stark example of rich and poor.” (Seattle Times, May 7, 2016)
LaGarde, Jennifer. “Five Ways School Librarians Can Meet the Needs of Students in Poverty.” (The Adventures of Library Girl blog, May 17, 2016) Equity
Polos, Susan. “View: School Librarians Serve the Whole Child.” (Lohud, The Journal News, March 26, 2016)
Johnson, Doug. “The Soft Bigotry of Low Expectations in Reading.” (The Blue Skunk Blog, March 28, 2016)
Griffin, Andrew. “Closing Libraries is a Fine Way to Keep the Poor Powerless.” (The Independent UK, March 29, 2016)
Cedo, Kelli. "Equity through comprehensive literacy." Edu@Scholastic, Scholastic, 25 Oct. 2017, edublog.scholastic.com/post/equity-through-comprehensive-literacy?linkId=44289222#.