There will be no more librarians in the Mesa public schools within three years, according to a new district plan to save money. Aides and other media specialists also will be eliminated under the model that will change the way the Mesa Unified School District operates its libraries.
The media specialists, all of whom are certified teachers, will move back into classrooms. Resource-center specialists, a new position, will oversee school libraries. The specialist will have help depending on the size and type of school.
Nothing on the AEA website yet.