Funded by the New York Life Foundation from 2003-2005, Revitalizing High School Libraries (RHSL) was a pilot program that allowed Public Education Network (PEN) and its member local education funds (LEFs) in Minneapolis, San Francisco and Tampa to update and refurbish library media centers in four high schools. The high schools are: Washburn High School and Roosevelt High School in Minneapolis; Robinson High School in Tampa; and Mission High School in San Francisco. In this issue of Adolescents Read!, we report what students at these schools are saying about the impact that RHSL is having on their experiences with reading and studying. We close with some online resources that students at the four high schools recommend.
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Title: Students at New York Life Revitalizing High School Libraries Sites Talk About Why Their Library Media Centers Rock!
Publication date 2006-01-01
Publication Year 2006
Public Education Network (PEN)
North America / United States (Midwestern) / Minnesota / Hennepin County / Minneapolis
, North America / United States (Southern) / Florida / Hillsborough County / Tampa
, North America / United States (Western) / California / San Francisco County / San Francisco
robinson high school
, mission high school
, reading level
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