Gale’s Who’s Who Among African Americans: 38th Edition Celebrates Black History Month

| By Tara Atterberry and Jessie Carney Smith | Black History Month is a tribute to the achievements of generations of African Americans throughout U.S. history. In celebration of this observance, we are honored to announce the upcoming release of Who’s Who Among African Americans: 38th Edition. Available in March 2023, this title recognizes notable … Read more

Set Your High School Students Up for Lifelong Financial Success

| By Gale Staff | More and more states around the United States are implementing financial literacy requirements in their high school curricula—and for good reason. Studies show that courses dedicated to financial literacy lead to students making more positive financial decisions for their futures. Coursework integrates critical lessons around managing student loans and lowering … Read more

New Titles for Gale OneFile, February 2023

| By Gale Staff | Gale Academic OneFile Gale General OneFile Gale OneFile: Health and Medicine Gale OneFile: High School Edition Gale OneFile: Informe Académico Gale OneFile: News

Women in Politics: Discover the Women Who Changed History

| By Gale Staff | Educators and librarians have an opportunity this March to not only observe Women’s History Month but to showcase female achievements in the fields in which women are underrepresented. By introducing these stories into different academic spaces, you can help inspire young learners who identify as female. Seeing people like themselves … Read more

How Can Your Library Support Young Readers?

| By Thorndike Staff | Encouraging kids to read has always been challenging, but once students feel more motivated and confident, they can grow into lifelong readers. How can you simplify reading for all students? In our recent webinar with School Library Journal, two school librarians discuss evidence-based practices and strategies to ensure all young … Read more