Idaho has a need for library staff who are trained to do storytime. Over the past few years, Idaho youth services staff have been promoted (yay!), retired (congratulations!), or [...]
Thank you to the library staff who joined us for today's conversation regarding the child care and preschool crisis in Idaho and throughout the nation. As mentioned during the [...]
The University of Idaho McClure Center for Public Policy Research and the Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children (Id AEYC) invite you to a town hall meeting in [...]
Idaho's library laws are found in Title 33: Education. Why? Because Idaho's public libraries form an integral part of the state's education system. Idaho Code section 33-2601 states, "It is [...]
Our friends at the Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children (ID AEYC) received funds from the Idaho Preschool Development Grant (see January 9, 2020 issue of The [...]
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Test your video and audio. Turn on your video. Position yourself so that most of the light is coming from in front of you. Use a headset if you have one....
This year's public health emergency has forced libraries to provide access to library services in nontraditional and creative ways. With so many unknowns about when Idaho's stay-at-home order will be [...]