Behind Schedule

Kroeker, Lois Hokanson
December 1989
School Library Journal;Dec89, Vol. 35 Issue 16, p24
Trade Publication
Discusses the scheduling challenges of an elementary school librarian in Texas. Travel of the librarian between different schools; Difficulty in finding research-based information on media center scheduling issues; Importance of finding out how much time elementary school library media specialists spend teaching; Survey which was conducted to gather statistics on teaching by media specialists; Incidence of flexible scheduling among the specialists surveyed.


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