Libraries Supporting Family Learning

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The Urban Libraries Council (ULC) has released a new Leadership Brief,  Libraries Supporting Family Learning which builds on the partnership between ULC and the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) to increase awareness of the role that libraries play in creating opportunities for families to learn together.

Libraries stand out as the leading community entity providing diverse opportunities for mothers and children and the whole family unit, in all of its iterations, to learn and thrive together. Libraries Supporting Family Learning demonstrates how public libraries are trusted community hubs with unique education assets that contribute to families that are stronger educationally and economically.

Included in the Brief are examples from leading libraries. These examples show only a few ways that libraries are playing a central role as education leaders and partners by engaging children and parents in learning together.

 

 

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