Do you know a school librarian who has faced a book challenge? How about a teacher who opposes removing “objectionable” titles from class reading lists? Or an administrator who supports intellectual freedom? Nominate him or her for OELMA’s Intellectual Freedom Award.
This award recognizes Ohio educators who demonstrate a strong committment to ALA’s principles of intellectual freedom by resisting censorship and actively supporting students’ right to read.
Want to find out more? Have questions about the application process?
Check out the complete award description and application form at OELMA’s Scholarship & Awards page: http://oelma.org/awards/overview-article
Submit applications to OELMA’s office or online by Monday, April 15th