School Library StandardsInformation about and resources to support the Model School Library Standards for California Public Schools adopted by State Board of Education in September 2010.
Model School Library Standards
Model School Library Standards (English) (DOC)
Model School Library Standards (English) (PDF)
Adopted by the State Board of Education September 16, 2010.
Available Translations of the Model School Library Standards
Model School Library Standards - Information Flyer (DOC)
Model School Library Standards for California Public Schools, Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve.
Model School Library Standards - Table Format (DOC)
This document provides the Model School Library Standards in a table format that gives the detailed standards for K–12 under each overarching standard.
School Library Standards Supporting Common Core (DOC; Updated Feb-2012)
Examples of Model School Library Standards supporting Common Core State Standards (CCCS) in English Language Arts.
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Publication Ordering Information
Publications and other educational resources from CDE Press, the Department's publications office.
Resources to Support School Library Standards
Links to tools and lessons to incorporate cyber safety into the curriculum.
Media Literacy Resources
A collection of resources designed to support media literacy in the classroom, including links to professional learning opportunities, compiled in conjunction with the California School Library Association (CSLA) and KQED in fulfillment of the requirements set forth in Senate Bill 830: to ensure that young adults are prepared with media literacy skills necessary to safely, responsibly, and critically consume and use social media and other forms of media.
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How School Librarians Can Assist You: Internet Safety and Filtering (PDF)
Resources collected by the American Association of School Librarians to help parents and teachers understand the complexities of the online environment and provide tools to keep children safe when online.
Quality Distance Learning Guidance
Guidance on how the school library program supports distance learning.
Cyber Safety: An Interactive Guide to the Internet Safety on the Internet addresses bullying, identity theft, plagiarism, computer viruses, and general Internet safety.
Research-based safety tips, parents’ guidebooks, advice, news and commentary on all aspects of tech use and policy. They include guides to: TikTok; Combating Online Hate Speech; Roblox; Instagram; Cyberbullying; LGBTQ Cyberbullying; Media Literacy and Fake News; Educational Technology; Family Link; and Cybersecurity.
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Online learning tutorials created by the California School Library Association
The Committee for Standards Integration (CSI) is responsible for the professional development opportunities available through CSLA for teacher librarians, classroom teachers, IT coordinators, staff, and students.
Library 2.0 Tutorials is the one-stop location of all learning opportunities available. CSI is working to update the tutorials, and strives to keep them updated. Check back here frequently for new content.