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How will students learn key information literacy skills, and how will teachers get help with integrating digital resources into their instruction, without a full-time media specialist in their school?

That's the question a national school library group has asked the nation's second largest school system as it prepares to cut dozens of school librarians in a high-profile example of a trend that is occurring nationwide.


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