School Librarians Fear a ‘Quiet Crisis’ is Endangering Their Place in the Education World
Gone are the days of libraries being silent zones, used for studying or reading only.
Enter the Bob Miller Middle School library, and you’ll find students working together on projects and teachers giving instructions aloud. Reading, researching and innovating intersect in this modern environment surrounded by books and technology. The blended learning space recently served as ground zero for a sixth-grade project in which students created advocacy videos about water conservation.