School Library Services Are the Focus of Audit Request
State Senator Tony Mendoza requested the audit to determine whether California’s K-12 schools are providing statutorily-required library services to the state’s school children.Learn More
Curriculum Help Coming Your Way
Attend a free 3-part webinar series on these standards, and how TLs can implement them.
When: The third Thursday at 4 pm in April, May and June
Webinars provided by CSLA Curriculum and Standards Integration Committee.Learn More
Join Northern Region Section 3 for
Be part of the conversation!
Looking for some library tips and tricks? Sit in on 5 fast-paced 25-minute sessions on Saturday, April 23, 2016Learn More
CSLA-CUE Information Literacy Summit
Saturday, March 19Summit Information Page with Session Slides
CSLA and CUE were pleased to partner for a third year in a special day-long summit in conjunction with the CUE 2016 National Conference in Palm Springs, CA.
2016 Annual Conference: Doorways to Diversity
February 4 – 7, 2016Conference Page
Bahia Resort and Hotel
998 W Mission Bay Dr.
San Diego, CA 92109
New CSLA 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