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Irland: the Public Library and the Primary School

Andreas Mittrowann informiert in seinem Blog über den Bericht “The Public Library and the School: Policies and Prospects for Library Services to Primary Schools in Ireland”. Ziel des Berichtes war es, die bestehenden Bibliotheksservices für Grundschulen zu untersuchen und Wege zur Verbesserung aufzuzeigen. An der Untersuchung beteiligt waren Stadt- und Kreisbibliotheken sowie Schulleiter/innen und Lehrkräfte aus Kerry, Wicklow, Dublin und Wexford.

Folgende Empfehlungen hat Andreas Mittrowanndes herausgehoben:
• „The Schools Library Service (SLS) as delivered by the public library service internation-ally is a core element within education provision.“
• „Provision of school library services to primary education in the Republic of Ireland is in line with international practice, in so far as public libraries are an integral partner with education and other bodies, regardless of the delivery model adopted.“
• „There is currently no joint national policy on a SLS in the Republic of Ireland, although through its funding support for the SLS from 1971 to 2008 inclusive, the DES [Department of Education and Science, d. Verf.] has recognised the need for provision of a library service to schools.“
• „A national SLS policy should clearly define the role of the public library system in sup-porting primary and secondary education and would require joint coordination at policy and senior levels […]„

Zum Bericht: http://www.library.ie/2010/08/25/the-public-library-and-the-school-report-launched/

Quelle: http://globolibro.wordpress.com/2010/08/30/irland-bericht-zur-kooperation-von-bibliothek-und-schule/

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