California Audit Released
On November 17, 2016, the California State Auditor released a report recommending, among other measures, that the Legislature should define the minimum level of and types of library services that schools must provide.
CSLA Information Literacy Summit at CUE Conference
For the fourth year, CSLA is partnering with CUE to present an Information Literacy Summit during the CUE Conference in Palm Springs on March 17.Learn More
2017 State Conference
February 2 – 5, 2017
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Sonoma Wine Country
One Doubletree Drive
Rohnert Park, CaliforniaConference Information Page with Digital Handouts
Learn About ESSA how it links to school libraries, and how you can contribute to making that connection.
IASL’s 46th Annual International Conference will be held at California State University Long Beach on August 4-8, 2017.
(Preconference begins August 4, Conference August 5.)
Curriculum Help Now Available
Access the archives for the three-part webinar series on how teacher librarians can help implement the ELA, math, and science common core state standards.
Webinars provided by CSLA Curriculum and Standards Integration Committee.
CSLA Advocacy Film
Watch and share CSLA’s new film about what teacher librarians do and why students and schools need them.Watch the Film
Authors for California School Libraries
8000:1 is the ratio of students to credentialed librarians in California, while the national average is 800:1. Authors’ impromptu reactions to this statistic were filmed at public events.Watch Authors Support CA School Libraries
The California School Library Association is an organization of teacher librarians, classroom teachers, paraprofessionals, district, and county coordinators of curriculum, media and technology, and others committed to enriching student learning through school libraries. CSLA is an affiliate of the American Association of School Librarians.”