In 2006, school librarians in New York state were asked to rank how they felt they served students with disabilities. With the results in, librarians ranked themselves quite low! So with $482, grant money from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Ruth V. Small at the University of Syracuse and her team launched a plan to change this. This past week, the website Project ENABLE launched, with free learning modules for librarians to learn about how to serve students with disabilities.
You can see the full article on SLJ’s website.