TASL Constitution and Bylaws

The TASL constitution and bylaws are available here.
TASL Officer and Committee Handbook is available here.
General Procedure for Online Voting is available here.


Position Statements

Statement from the Tennessee Association of School Librarians on the position of the state coordinator of school library services is here.

Basic education funding for school library media centers is here.

The Tennessee Association of School Librarians stands against racism, hate, prejudice, and discrimination in all forms. We stand in allyship with our Black colleagues, learners, educators, affiliate members, and the Black community as a whole. We are committed to examining our policies, leadership, practice, and professional learning to ensure we are promoting racial equity and inclusivity. We stand committed to building a strong, inclusive, and diverse community of school library professionals.


State Requirements

Minimum state requirements for school library information centers: Official Rule of Law was revised in October 2014 and became available in January 2015.  It is located here.


TASL Website and Policy Statements

The statements are here.