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TLA Talks: Legal & Policy Issues Related to Materials Challenges - Shared screen with speaker view
Anne
31:09
Hello from Yoakum County Library in Plains!
Cindi
31:53
Good Afternoon from Amarillo Public
Kristin Wright
33:11
Hello from Diboll High School
Carolyn Foote
33:39
Hi from Austin!
Kimberly Grotewold
33:59
Hello from San Antonio. I’m the Education Librarian at Texas A&M University-San Antonio
Yanira V. Cruz
34:10
Hello from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, TX!
Brooke King
34:30
Hello from Humble
denisse.ochoa
34:43
Hello from PSJA!
Melanie Scales
34:52
Hello from Waller!
Melissa Holesovsky
35:10
Hello from Danbury!
Colleen Tierney
35:30
Hello from Hutto!
Jennifer Stewart
35:49
Hello from Victoria College!
Lovdy Grossman (TLA)
35:54
Make sure to post Questions in Q&A, Mary Woodard will pose these questions to the panelists, time permitting.
Nancy
35:57
Hello from Fort Worth 🐴
Cathe
36:44
I am not hearing any sound --help?
Michele Santos
38:12
if you click on audio settings in the bottom right of your Zoom screen, you can increase the volume of the speaker
Michele Santos
38:21
sorry, bottom left corner
Peggy Parrish
42:26
Hello from Leander Public Library
Carolyn Foote
47:26
Would love a link to that explanation from the Sheriff.
Wendy Woodland
50:03
ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom https://www.ala.org/aboutala/offices/oif
Lovdy Grossman (TLA)
50:12
https://www.tasb.org/services/legal-services/tasb-school-law-esource/instruction/documents/instructional-materials-and-library-books-in-tx-public-schs.pdf
Carolyn Foote
50:15
I think TASB white paper is very helpful as a resource to share with your district personnel.
Wendy Woodland
50:23
https://txla.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/TASB-Instructional-Materials-Library-Books-TX-Public-Schools-nov2021.pdf
Carolyn Foote
51:19
Those standards which we just rewrote a couple of years ago 🙂
Wendy Woodland
52:01
Freedom to Read Foundation https://www.ftrf.org/
Carolyn Foote
53:16
When we order books we select them ourselves typically based on reviews, awards lists, etc.
Lovdy Grossman (TLA)
54:03
REMINDER: Make sure to post Questions in the Q&A panel. Mary Woodard will pose these questions to the panelists, time permitting.
Carolyn Foote
58:09
The policy should stay that way.
Carolyn Foote
58:21
Individual books are different, obviously.
Lucy Podmore
01:00:06
good to know!
Carolyn Foote
01:00:34
Thank you!
Kristin Wright
01:09:47
Is "superintendent privilege" a real thing? The superintendent of the district I live in summarily removed a book from the high school library without following policy. His justification was that he has "superintendent privilege."
Kristin Wright
01:10:04
Sorry! Wrong place!
Lucy Podmore
01:13:52
Belts and suspenders are always good!
Lucy Podmore
01:21:22
Have to run, but THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for this very valuable session. I appreciate your time and sharing your expertise.
Anne
01:28:28
Thank you so much! Very informational!
Deanne Hare
01:29:38
What is your guidance to school boards and administrators - TASB?
Carolyn Foote
01:31:28
I think sometimes administrators don’t realize that.
Kimberly Grotewold
01:31:42
Thanks so much. Very informative and helpful
Carolyn Foote
01:31:46
English teachers and librarians are trained to listen and just understand that parents want to be heard about book content.
Courtney Kincaid - NRHL
01:33:00
Thank you! This has been very helpful. I'm a public librarian helping many school libraries through all their challenges. Knowing the ins and outs in school library policies and laws is extremely helpful. Thank you so much!
Barbara
01:33:04
Fascinating discussion, thanks so much! Great selection of panelists, TLA!
Deanne Hare
01:33:13
Thank you!
denisse.ochoa
01:33:15
Thank you!
Melinda
01:33:20
Thank you so much!! This was very helpful!!
Melissa Holesovsky
01:33:39
Thank you for this. The information was very helpful!
Brooke King
01:33:46
Thank you! This was super helpful.
Gudowski, Christie
01:33:53
Thank you
Carolyn Foote
01:34:09
Thank you!!