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As a boy, Warren Buffett is said to have read book after book on money. Thankfully, he did not live in Los Angeles and rely on the library at Roy Romer Middle School. Students there couldn’t check out a Buffett … Continue reading
FCC Modernizes E-Rate Program To Expand Robust Wi-Fi Networks In The Nation’s Schools and Libraries. Reforms to Expand Wi-Fi to 10 Million More Students, Thousands of Libraries Nationwide Next Year The following updates to the E-rate program were aimed at … Continue reading
For Immediate Release Contact: Jazzy Wright Press Officer Washington Office 202-628-8410 jwright at alawash.org WASHINGTON, D.C.—Schools and libraries nationwide are routinely filtering internet content far more than what the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requires, according to “Fencing Out Knowledge: … Continue reading
The 2014 NH School Library Media Association awards were presented at last weekend’s conference. For those of you who couldn’t make it, I’ve included the names of the recipients and the words of praise that were spoken about each. What … Continue reading
The White House announced an initiative on Thursday to expand high-speed broadband Internet access to virtually every school in the country. The program is expected to cost several billion dollars, according to a senior administration official. The White House argues … Continue reading