Wash. state city, school libraries to share resources

06/24/2014 | Peninsula Daily News (Port Angeles, Wash.)

A school district and city government in Washington state plan to share resources and books to allow students in middle and high schools, plus families, to have broader access to materials. The city also will reopen a library that has been shuttered for two years, while the school system plans to remodel its libraries to encourage collaboration among students and remove unpopular books.

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Peninsula Daily News (Port Angeles, Wash.)

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