• Centennial Celebration

    CSLA held its Centennial Celebration February 5 – 8, 2015 at the SFO Hyatt Regency Hotel in Burlingame. See highlights on the conference webpage!

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  • New CSLA Film

    Watch and share CSLA’s new film about what teacher librarians do and why students and schools need them.

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  • CSLA Special Membership Meeting May 18, 7-8pm

    To respond to concerns raised at our most recent CSLA Membership Meeting at our annual conference, to provide greater equity and representation to paraprofessional members, and to provide regular input on concerns impacting paraprofessionals throughout the state, there is interest in creating a new statewide office to the CSLA board: Paraprofessional Representative.

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  • Digital Citizenship / Info Literacy Mini-Series

    Join us for a free Digital Citizenship and Information Literacy online Professional Development mini-series brought to you by CSLA in partnership with CUE June 2, 3, and 4 at 4:00pm.

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  • 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
  • CSLA Information Literacy Summit at CUE Conference

    CSLA was pleased to partner with CUE to produce an Information Literacy Summit on Saturday, March 21, as part of the CUE Annual Conference. Details

    Summit Flyer

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.

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