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Chances are, you'll have a crowd of kids at your library for spring break. Are you ready for them?
Through community collaborations, McCracken County Public Library taught students of all ages how to code.
Teach your students about the library's resources with a competition inspired by "The Amazing Race."
Students read a YA book, then created and produced a digital trailer to inspire others to read it.
A public librarian in Sacramento teaches students at Title I schools how to create video games.
With TED Talks' TED-Ed Clubs, librarians can encourage young people to share their big ideas.
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