Turning Advocacy into Action: Inclusive Makerspaces
Advocacy in the school library typically includes securing funding, collection development that is representative of special populations, and campus leadership roles. The librarian can, and should, create services and programs that are inclusive and supportive of special populations. One special population of students that are often overlookded in the secondary school library are special education (SPED) students. Special education students can have a variety of cognitive or physical disabilities that make the act of learning more difficult without the proper support.
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