The School Librarian
by Winifred B. Linderman - 1943
The social and educational changes of modern life with their resultant influence on school objectives and teaching methods have brought about a new conception of the importance of the school library in the educational scheme and an increased demand for its services. These in turn have focused attention on the person who implements the functioning of this important agency—the school librarian.
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