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GLMA is the largest professional organization serving school library media professionals in Georgia. Its members are dedicated to the advancement and empowerment of school library media specialists and to quality education in Georgia’s schools. GLMA, Inc. is the state affiliate to the American Association of School Libraries (AASL), a division of the American Library Association (ALA). GLMA is also an affiliate of ISTE, International Society for Technology in Education.

METI Openings

The following schools still have Media and Educational Technology Instructor (METI) openings. A degree in library media or instructional technology is required. Candidates can be working on state certification in library media to qualify. If you know of any interested candidates please apply on the Fulton County Schools website.

Brookview Elementary
Conley Hills Elementary
Dunwoody Springs Elementary
River Eves Elementary
Woodland Elementary

The Biggest Classroom in the School

A school’s library media program is the great equalizer: it provides media materials and guidance to all students and all teachers regardless of demographics.  No matter how poor or rich a community is, students tend to perform better on reading tests when their library programs are in the hands of trained library media specialists.


Fully funding libraries via a dedicated source of funding is the best bargain and gets the best results for Georgia’s schools and students.


To learn more about the critical role Georgia K-12 school library media programs and the media specialists who manage the libraries and school technology play in the education of our children, click here.


To find out how to share a message about the importance of school library media programs with members of Governor Deal’s Education Reform Commission, contact Michelle Crider at 404-299-7700.