At a recent school board meeting, librarians around Sacramento found out some very disturbing news. Due to some financial complications, certain districts are planning on reducing and/or discontinuing certain school services. Sadly, library services are one of many that may be severely cut down. Many librarians may soon be facing unemployment, specifically those who have both teaching credentials as well as librarian education.
Whether it is to get work done, study, or just hang out in a calm environment, many students find their school library a peaceful place. For these students, daily patterns are definitely going to be disrupted. For example, in the Twin Rivers Unified School District, a non-credentialed employee may not supervise students unless a teacher is present.
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