What Library Allies Need to Know about Equity for All Students
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Bevier, Dawn. "How to Help Your Child Reach Academic Success by Building Literacy: Proven Ways to Help Your Child Succeed in School." Better Humans, Medium, 3 July 2019.
Caprariello, Alex. "AISD Targets Literacy Rate for Low-income Students with Free Book Fair." KXAN, 27 June 2019.
Carter, Rob. "Concord-Carlisle High School Librarian's research Highlights Inequity in Commonwealth." Wicked Local Concord, 14 Aug. 2018.
Cashmere, D. J. "How Do We Teach 'To Kill a Mockingbird' and Honestly Confront Racism?" Yes! Magazine, 8 July 2019. Harper Lee‘s novel is the closest thing America‘s had to required reading. But the book‘s failings in confronting racism are more apparent than ever to White educators—and Black ones wonder what took so long.
Cequea, Alex. VIDEO: Systemic Racism Explained (act.tv,16 Apr. 2019)
Chapman, Ryan. "Build Empathy and Understanding by Pairing Comics with Novels." Edutopia: Literacy, 12 July 2019. Teaching with comics facilitates improved comprehension and social-emotional competencies.
Egan, Timothy. "The Comeback of the Century: Why the Book Endures, Even in an Era of Disposable Digital Culture." New York Times [New York City], 24 May 2019.
Farkas, Meredith. "Unintentional Inequity: Examining Equity Gaps in Our Libraries." American Libraries, 1 Mar. 2019.
Ford, Anne. "Front-Loading Literacy: Laundromat Reading Initiatives Bring Together Books, Bubbles." American Libraries, 1 May 2019.
Frenette, Liza. "Librarians Play Pivotal Role In Keeping Students on Track, Helping Avoid the 'Summer Slide.'" NYSUT News, New York State United Teachers, 22 June 2018.
Gall, Elisa. "The Privilege of Nostalgia." Reading While White, 11 Oct. 2018.
Hartman, Angela. "One Penny and a Rock." Teaching Tolerance, 7 Sept. 2017. Teaching Tolerance, . Hartman is a secondary school librarian in Hutto, Texas. She is also a member of the Teaching Tolerance Advisory Board.
Heuvel, Katrina Vanden. "Want to defend democracy? Start with your public library." Washington Post [Washington D.C.], 18 Sept. 2018.
Kagan, Oleg. "The Important Emotional Labor of Librarians Most People Never Think About." Medium, EveryLibrary, 26 Oct. 2017.
Kebede, Laura Faith. "Why One Memphis Principal Reads Bedtime Stories to Students via Facebook Live." Chalkbeat, 15 July 2019.
Kelly. “Want to Raise Smart, Kind Kids? Science Says Do This Every Day.” Happy You, Happy Family blog. N.d. “All you have to do is this: Read to your child. Even if they already know how to read to themselves.”
Klinenberg, Eric. "To Restore Civil Society, Start with the Library." New York Times [New York NY], 8 Sept. 2018, Opinion sec.
Korbey, Holley. "The Reading Wars: Choice vs. Canon.” Edutopia: Literacy, 9 July 2019. English teachers are wrestling with how to navigate the increasingly contentious terrain between student choice and assigning the classics.
Krashen, Stephen. "Do Libraries and Teacher Librarians Have the Solution to the Long-Term English Language Learner Problem?" CSLA Journal, 41(2): 16-19. 2018. (California School Library Association).
Langella, Peter. "Diversity and Inclusion in Libraries: More Than Books on the Shelves." KQ, AASL, 13 May 2019.
"Librarians: Digital Literacy Experts." The Mind Online, episode 7, Teaching Tolerance, Episode 7. Julia Torres & Louise Parker-Hennion are interviewed by Monita Bell.
Martin, Michelle H. "Facing the Black Child: The Bold Direction of Twenty-First-Century Picturebooks." Children and Libraries: the Journal of ALSC, vol. 16, #3, 2019.
McDonald, Melissa, and Melanie Roy. "Why the School Nurse's Office Should Have a Well-Stocked Library." Nerdy Book Club, 10 June 2019.
Miller, Donalyn. "Education is a Political Act." Nerdy Bookclub, 23 July 2017.
Miller, Donalyn. "If Kids Can't Read What They Want in the Summer, When Can They? | Opinion." School Library Journal, 17 June 2019.
NCTE. "The Students' Right to Read." NCTE, 25 Oct. 2018.
Pisoni, Adam, and Diane Conti. "What Does Your School Schedule Say about Equity? More than You Think." EdSurge, 20 Apr. 2019.
School libraries help to bridge digital divide. Parent Today (Posted in Elementary, High School, Middle Years), 13 Feb 2019.
"Stories for All of Us." Jambo Book Club. Jambo Book Club sends your child two beautiful high-quality books each month that star a child of color in an engaging story. Jambo makes it easy to add fun multicultural children‘s books to your home library.
Vedantam, Shankar. "Examining Links Between Academic Performance And Food Stamps." Hidden Brain: A Conversation about Life's Unseen Patterns, NPR Morning Edition, 21 Sept. 2017. NPR.
Wexler, Natalie. "Elementary Education Has Gone Terribly Wrong." Atlantic Magazine, Aug. 2019. In the early grades, U.S. schools value reading-comprehension skills over knowledge. The results are devastating, especially for poor kids.
White, Shana V. "Educational Equity….the onion of our schools……." Medium Education, Medium, 21 Oct. 2018.
Witteveen, April. "Libraries Welcome All Families: Community Partnerships to Fund Collection Development for English Learners in Urban Connecticut." KQ, AASL, 29 Nov. 2018.
Wong, Alia. "Boys Don't Read Enough." Atlantic Magazine, 27 Sept. 2018. Girls read more than boys in just about every developed country, and it's a big reason they have better educational outcomes.
Woolls, Blanche. "A New Literacy." KQ, AASL, 16 Apr. 2019. Every school librarian may begin helping students with high poverty by teaching a new literacy: life skills. Life skills literacy includes occupational/career, finance, and civic engagement.