In recognition of School Library Month, BookMarks spoke to three school libraries to hear how they fare in today's digital world.


According to a new report from the American Library Association, school libraries are even more important to student learning in a technological age.


Our reading roundup covers recently published books, reading lists of women around the world, and news on a beloved YA author.


Recent award-winning young adult and children's authors are using their influence to push for more diversity in the youth publishing industry.


How does the use of print vs. e-readers affect students? In a Q&A, technology and communication expert Naomi Baron says the book medium we choose matters.


Zareen Jaffery, executive editor of Salaam Reads, talks to BookMarks about diversity in publishing and the importance of Muslim children's books.


As today's teens are changing their reading habits to accommodate for what the Western canon leaves out, are concerns over the death of "serious" reading unfounded?


Andrew Hacker, author of The Math Myth and Other STEM Delusions, talks to BookMarks about why we should eliminate advanced math requirements.


In his latest book The Math Myth and Other STEM Delusions, Andrew Hacker, professor emeritus of political science at Queens College, asks us to be radical in our rethinking of mathematics requirements for all students.


As school districts and the federal government are promoting digital learning and e-textbooks, do students still prefer studying with print books?


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