Registration is now open for the 2016 GAETC. To find out more information, click here. Members attending the GAETC are invited to the Library Media Specialist of the Year and the Judy Serritela Exemplary Media Program awards breakfast.
The 2016 GLMA Awards Breakfast will be held during the Georgia Educational Technology Conference (GaETC) on Thursday, November 3rd at 8:00 AM, Salon 6.
Click here to register for the breakfast online, or download a paper registration form here: RegForm-GLMA Awards Breakfast.
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.