[Susan notes: People who don't know anything about a topic, such as what librarians do in schools, should keep their mouths shut. But when the newspaper calls, few do. Ze'ev Wurman's remarks to the reporter were really outrageous,saying, "In the elementary grades especially, librarians are essentially teacher's aides, doing a variety of things that have little to do with books or literacy, per se."
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