Recent News

  • Pennsylvania School Libraries are featured in the July issue of the PSEA VOICE! 

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  • Many thanks to PA State Rep. Thomas Murt for his excellent article: Libraries Remain a Cornerstone of Schools

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  • Op-Ed article:School Librarians Have a Profound Impact on Students’ Futures by Cathi Fuhrman.

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  • Op-Ed article about the importance of school libraries by PSLA President, Allison Burrell.

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  • Allentown Morning Call: School librarians are even more important in a digital world.- Nov. 7, 2016

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The Pennsylvania School Librarians Association (PSLA) is a professional organization for school library professionals and library educators. The mission of the Pennsylvania School Librarians Association is to ensure excellence in school library programs.

2018 PSLA Conference

The Path to Becoming a PSLA Board Member or Officer

Key Projects:

PSLA & the University of Pittsburgh Announce the 2017-2018 Regional Leaders Academy
If you’re a school librarian working in Pennsylvania with at least one year of experience (not
including the 2016-2017 school year), PSLA and the University of Pittsburgh have a “once-in- a-
professional-lifetime” opportunity for you to:
 Build your leadership, communication, and presentation competencies in 2017-2018 with
a cohort of like-minded librarians who can reach out to librarians in their regions
 Position yourself as a recognized leader in your region, your school and district, and
your professional association