ESSER stands for Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief. ESSER is part of the American Rescue Plan (ARP), a federal law that was passed in 2021 to provide relief [...]
(A 3-week course offered by Library Journal/School Library Journal) ICfL currently has 20 free seats available for this course for Idaho library staff members. This free course was made possible [...]
Library patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH), DeafBlind, blind or visually impaired (BVI) want and use many of the same services and programs enjoyed by patrons who [...]
The Survival Guide for Idaho Library Directors is now part of the ICfL website. Now that the agency is moving away from the LibGuide platform, this quick-start, ready-reference source for [...]
Countdown to Election DayCountdown The ability to cast a ballot — and have it count — is a freedom that protects the other fundamental freedoms that we as Americans hold [...]
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 [...]
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