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Lilead Leaders Webinar Recording Available

Did you miss our informational webinar on the Lilead Leaders Program? Not to worry. You can stream the webinar recording at any time to learn more about this upcoming professional development opportunity. (You may need to install a WebEx plugin … Continue reading

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Info Webinar on New Lilead Leaders Courses (Aug 30 @4p EDT)

The Lilead Project will host an informational webinar about the upcoming Lilead Leaders courses. A great opportunity for online professional development, the Lilead Leaders courses will be available to library professionals at any level who are looking to hone their … Continue reading

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Four 15/16 Lilead Fellows Elected to AASL Board of Directors

AASL elections have closed, and four 2015/2016 Lilead Fellows have secured spectacular leadership positions on the Board of Directors! Kathryn Lewis,┬áDirector of Media Services and Instructional Technology for Norman Public Schools, OK, is the new President-Elect. She will follow after … Continue reading

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15/16 Fellow’s District Named Outstanding School Library District in Pennsylvania

2015-2016 Lilead Fellow Cathi Fuhrman recently celebrated with her Hempfield School District Librarians as they accepted an award for Outstanding School Library District at the Pennsylvania School Library Conference. The Outstanding School Library District Award is awarded each year to … Continue reading

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2017-2018 Lilead Fellows Announced

The Lilead Project is pleased to announce the selection of 22 school district library leaders to participate in the 2017-2018 Lilead Fellows Program. The Fellows are: Fiona Casida, Copley-Fairlawn City Schools, Ohio Carter Cook, Fort Worth Independent School District, Texas … Continue reading

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15/16 Fellow Kate Moore Publishes Latest SLJ Take the Lead Installment

In the latest Take the Lead series installment in School Library Journal, 15/16 Lilead Fellow Kate Moore speaks about strategic positive exposure in San Ramon Valley Unified School District, where she serves as curriculum coordinator. She and the district librarians … Continue reading

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Two Fellows’ Districts Named NCTQ ‘Great Districts for Great Teachers’

The National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) has named six US school districts as “Great Districts for Great Teachers.” To be a Great District, NCTQ states that a district must demonstrate: “superior teacher policies across five main areas: compensation, professional … Continue reading

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