Voice Magazine: July 2017

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Voice Magazine

July 2017

Cover story: The hub of the school 

College-level research assignments for AP classes, resources for terms papers, learning credible sources on the internet, access to laptops and iPads for students who don’t have their own.

That is a short list of the key roles libraries play for high school students.

Libraries and librarians, it would seem, are indispensable. They are a top priority in some districts, but unfortunately that is far from the rule.

Note: This content is intended for members and their immediate families.

In this issue

"We need you now more than ever to engage with your lawmakers and change the conversation on other policies that impact what we do in our schools and our classrooms – just as more than 100 of your colleagues did during PSEA’s Lobby Days in mid-June.

PSEA will remain vigilant and keep you in the loop every step of the way. But only you can change the conversation."

The hub of the school

Chocolate, roller coasters, and... libraries

21st century makeover at Fox Chapel

Bill calls for librarian in every school

Needs greatest in urban districts; resources lowest

Mifflin County time warp

A one-person show

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