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The knowledge economy makes libraries more important than ever, yet funding has not kept pace.

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Wisconsin's public libraries are in the top ten nationally for use, while funding ranks 19th.

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Academic libraries create world class information services that help grow the economy.

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More school librarians equals improved student test scores. 

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Special libraries keep business, medicine, and law on the cutting edge.

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More school librarians equals improved student test scores. 

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The Campaign for Wisconsin Libraries could be one of the most important things the library community has ever done. We live in a knowledge-based economy, where life-long learning is mandatory. Public, academic, special, and school libraries are essential institutions and should not be compromised. Yet these valuable institutions are in danger. We are seeing funding cuts, service and staffing cuts, aging collections, and deteriorating physical infrastructure as a growing challenge that must be addressed. A campaign for library advocacy throughout the state of Wisconsin is sorely needed. Please join our effort to give libraries this much needed voice.

Rick Krumwiede
Wisconsin Library Association Foundation President

Wisconsin Library Association Foundation

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