Philadelphia School Librarians Fall Victim to Budget
steven bell writes \"Today\'s Philadelphia Inquirer reported that the deficit-ridden city school system will achieve savings by cutting librarian postitions at fourteen city schools, a continuation of a long-term demise of the profession librarian in the Philadelphia School District. Most of the schools will keep the library open with minimal or no staffing. Read the Story
Also take a look at a worthwhile view of the situation by Lucia Herndon, an Inquirer columnist:
Right Here \"