Author: Regina Powers

ESEA and Defining Effective School Library Programs

ESEA and Defining Effective School Library Programs

Since the ESEA has passed, now is not the time to whine about lack of staff, but to instead clearly define what an effective school library program is!

Deb Ford & New Beginnings

Ever feel like nothing gets DONE at the end of your School Librarian day? Deb Ford’s recent speech reminds us that we are not alone. New beginnings, anyone?

Time Tips from a Tabbed-Out Librarian

Time Tips from a Tabbed-Out Librarian

When you have too much in your brain to process during your librarian-work day, you are tabbed-out. Here are some time tips and tools to help.

Save Display Space in School Libraries

Save Display Space in School Libraries

Is there something missing from your library renovation plans? Keep a designated display space in your school library to give ’em something to talk about.

Unions – A Librarian’s Ethical Dilemma

Unions – A Librarian’s Ethical Dilemma

I am anti-union. I believe that it is unethical for any government employee to unionize against tax payers. What do I do when unions take over at my library?

Beware the Bookless Library

Beware the Bookless Library

Bookless library? Librarians must advocate for people wanting a respite from technology as well as for wifi-lacking people needing access to it.

Torn Pants Story

Torn Pants Story

Mr. Powers has been a well respected revered English Teacher at Rosary High School for 27 years. Rosary HS is an all-girl prep school. The following is a totally true and recent story.