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Charting a course: Local libraries can help the growing number of charter schools locate the resources they need
American Libraries (2007)
  • Thomas L. Reinsfelder
Abstract

The article focuses on the role played by libraries in charter schools. If charter schools communicate with libraries about their curriculum, librarians can suggest appropriate electronic and print resources and perhaps offer training to teachers or students when needed. Here exists another wonderful opportunity for librarians to reach out to students, teachers, and parents in their communities.

Publication Date
October, 2007
Citation Information
Thomas L. Reinsfelder. "Charting a course: Local libraries can help the growing number of charter schools locate the resources they need" American Libraries Vol. 38 Iss. 9 (2007)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/t_reinsfelder/2/