Pennsylvania schools are losing school library resources

10/15/2009 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

School librarians in Pennsylvania say their budgets have been slashed, and they are worried that useful resources such as online research databases could be cut. Librarians say such resources have helped level the playing field for disadvantaged students who might not have access to the same resources at home. "It's so troubling when the state keeps saying we are behind in education and then something like this is taken away," a library association official said.

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