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School libraries hit by the loss of a dying breed as teacher librarians enter ‘survival mode’

(15 Sep 2019) Researchers have reported an “alarming” loss in the number of qualified teacher librarians in Australia’s schools, warning student literacy will continue to suffer if the trend is not reversed. Once a staple of schools, the roles have been branded a dying breed with many principals opting to replace them with cheaper “library […]


UWCSEA hiring Teacher Librarian, Singapore

(24 February 2017) UWCSEA East Campus has a vacancy for August 2017 to June 2018 for an Interim Teacher Librarian in the Middle and High Schools (ages 11-18). The appointee will be an experienced Teacher-Librarian with successful classroom teaching experience. Considerable experience in running library facilities is a pre-requisite, as is a very good understanding […]


Australian International School Hong Kong hiring teacher-Librarian

(3 June 2016) Reporting to the Director of Learning Resources and Assistant Principal Primary and working with the Dean of Studies Primary, the P-6 Teacher-Librarian will work in collaboration with colleague librarians and library staff to provide optimum information management experiences, systems and processes which enhance learning and teaching. Full details are here.