Hansson Johanna (2006). Â« School + Library = linguistic progress + reading skills Â». Scandinavian Public Library Quaterly, vol. 39, nÂ° 1. En ligne : <http://www.splq.info/issues/vol39_1/07.htm>.
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School libraries became the subject of some intense discussions during the autumn of 2005. In an article on this topical issue the Swedish Federation of Teachers insisted that "every school library should be staffed". The four liberal and conservative opposition party alliances declared in a mutual private member's bill that "a school library has great potential as a space for learning. The learning milieus from primary school to upper secondary school are decisive apropos a schoolchild's linguistic development. A librarian is therefore an excellent resource". The Left Party stated in their private member's bill "hat the role and assignment of the school library needs to be clarified and reinforced". And the Minister for Schools and Adult Education, Ibrahim Baylan of the Social Democratic Government pointed out "for all schoolchildren, irregardless of background and gender, in order to receive access to a rich and varied language and insight into our literary treasure, special measures need to be taken. /.../ This is the context in which a library's educational role is of great importance."
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