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Do Districts Have to Hire Librarians?   

In Texas, school districts have discretionary authority over school library staffing and programs. Neither state nor federal statute requires that a school librarian be assigned to every campus.  However, state regulations do address library facilities, certified librarians, and state standards for school libraries. 

Texas Association of School Librarians (TASL) has produced two resources for school librarians around the state:


For additional resources for school librarians, please visit the TASL Advocacy Resources page.  

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Created on Oct 10, 2016 | Last updated October 10, 2016

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