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Advocacy Resources

2017-2018 NJASL Advocacy Challenge

To generate advocacy for YOUR school library, NJASL is challenging school librarians to post information about their accomplishments in their school library on the 1st Friday of every month beginning on Friday, December 1.

Use whatever tool works best for you and your school library (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Newsletter, Webpage).  Please remember to tag @NJASL and use hashtags #njasladvocacy and #njasl.

Looking forward to seeing #njasladvocacy Strong!

Click on the link for Advocacy Challenge pertinent details.



NJASL 2017 Conference Presentation: Super Charge Your Advocacy

Presentation by Angela Coxen, NJASL Legislative Subcommittee and NJEA Liaison and Mary Moyer Stubbs, NJASL Consultant

Provides examples of ways to become an advocate for your school library.

Click on link to view the presentation



NJASL Position Statements

The Role of Effective School Library Programs in The Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015: A Position Statement from New Jersey Association of School Librarians, New Jersey Library Association, and LibraryLinkNJ (August 2016)

School Library and Classroom Reading Collections: Both essential to promote literacy, share common purposes and goals while providing unique scope and support for students. (2004)


School Library Media Research Studies


School Library Programs in New Jersey: Building Blocks for Realizing Student Potential with ESSA Legislation Opportunities (April 2016)


NJASL/CISSL Study--School Libraries: Now More than Ever



School Library Media Infographics

NJASL Infographic (embedded at right). Click link to view a printable version. (2013)


AASL School Librarians Transform Learning Infographic (2014)



Roles of School Library Media Specialists


NJ Department of Education adopts AASL wording into NJ Student Learning Standards (May 2016)


Reading, Research, the Common Core & Your School Librarian,” a two-page document that indicates how school librarians are best positioned to integrate the Common Core Standards, is now available by clicking the above header. Review and share the document that includes quotes from recent research in over 21 state studies. Remind stakeholders how you and your school library program can be indispensable to your school community and promote the skills students need to become independent learners. 






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