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A January 2010 revision of RULE 10 REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF SCHOOLS has been released. It is available online from the Department of Education web site and is also part of our state document epubs collection.

http://nlc.nebraska.gov/epubs/E2000/R092.0010-2010.pdf

Rule 10 includes a quality indicator for school media centers:

006 Media and Technology Resources

006.01 Quality Indicator: The library/media/technology program provides a wide
range of accessible print and electronic resources that expand opportunity for
learning, contribute to information literacy, support the local curriculum, and
enhance and enrich learning experiences for all students.

006.01A Each school has a library media area(s) which is available to students
during the entire school day. All library media resources are properly cataloged,
marked, and shelved according to a standard classification system. Each school
has at least one set of encyclopedia available in either print or electronic format
with copyright dates in the past five years.

006.01B Each elementary school acquires a minimum of 25 new library media
resources in print format, exclusive of textbooks and encyclopedia, of different
titles, per teacher per year, up to 150 titles during one year. The minimum
number of new titles in print format is 75 if library media resources are also
available through electronic format. Each middle and high school acquires a
minimum of 150 titles each year in either print or in full text electronic format.

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