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Fifteen teachers and librarians will enroll in Dominican University's Graduate School of Library and Information Science this month, with plans to become certified media specialists in Chicago's elementary schools when they receive their MLS degrees over the next three years.
As participants in the Generation Teacher Librarian program (GenTL), the 15 students will receive greatly reduced tuition to the master's program, laptop computers with Internet access, and mentoring by practicing school librarians. They will also have opportunities to attend workshops, conferences, and join professional organizations.
While GenTL, underwritten by a $300,000 grant by …