AASL Advocacy Brochures
School Library Programs
Improve Student Learning
Advocacy Brochure Series Helps School Librarians Speak to Stakeholders
Developed and distributed through a grant from the Bound to Stay Bound Books Foundation, the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) presents a new advocacy tool to help school librarians generate and guide discussion with stakeholders about quality school library programs. School Library Programs Improve Student Learning is a series of advocacy brochures each designed to speak to a specific stakeholder audience within the school library community, including administrators, policymakers, parents, and teachers.
The School Library Programs Improve Student Learning brochure series unfolds AASL’s Standards for the 21st-Century Learner and Empowering Learners: Guidelines for School Library Programs in a way that allows each stakeholder group to visualize a model school library program from their perspective. Each brochure outlines goals and key questions specific and important to that audience helping school librarians lead unique conversations, set goals and expectations for the program and the stakeholder, and maximize the potential of the school library program.
Downloading and Ordering
|Full color brochure files print best on 11x17-inch paper:|
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Interested in customizing your brochure?
Download customizable brochures here and write your own personalized introduction specific to your school or district? If possible, address your recipient by name. Use data you've collected in your own library. Access data available in your "School Libraries Count!" personalized report. Use this area to tell your story with a student success story!
You can also purchase the brochures in this series from the ALA Online Store or by calling 1-866-SHOP ALA (1-866-746-7252) or 1-312-944-6780. Price is $9.00 for packets of 25 brochures.
This publication complements the Standards for the 21st-Century Learner and Empowering Learners: Guidelines for School Library Programs.