Ensuring intellectual freedom and access to information in the school library media program / Helen R. Adams ; foreword by Dianne McAfee Hopkins.

"Throughout the text, practicing public school and private school library media specialists at different grade levels candidly share their stories and observations on how intellectual freedom principles and ALA policy statements apply to real life situations. Attorney Mary Minow provides vital...

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Main Author: Adams, Helen R., 1943-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Westport, Conn. : Libraries Unlimited, 2008.
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505 0 |a What is intellectual freedom in a school library media program? -- The First Amendment in school library media programs -- Selection of school library media program resources -- "The right to read" -- Privacy in the school library media program -- Challenges to school library media program resources -- Intellectual freedom and the Internet in schools -- Access to the library media program for students with disabilities -- Advocacy for intellectual freedom : building common ground. 
520 1 |a "Throughout the text, practicing public school and private school library media specialists at different grade levels candidly share their stories and observations on how intellectual freedom principles and ALA policy statements apply to real life situations. Attorney Mary Minow provides vital information about the impact of the First Amendment, federal and state law, and court decisions on minors using libraries in schools. Whether you are a library media specialist in the field or a student in a graduate or undergraduate library and information studies program, you will find both practical information and advice here to complement the concepts found in the American Library Association's Intellectual Freedom Manual."--BOOK JACKET. 
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