Educator Toolbox

Learn more about how the library supports educators.


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The library is here to help educators! Get started with Library Go, the library's program to provide free, virtual public library cards for all students.

Connect with your local Children's Specialists, library staff dedicated to youth. They can suggest titles, gather materials, arrange class visits, and visit schools. You can find them at all library locations. Check out this handy map of library locations and public schools.

Finally, explore all the free resources for educators that the library offers on this page, or visit the Digital Library.


Learn more about all the services the library offers for educators.

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For Educators and Parents

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This school year, your library is here to help you succeed.

Reading ebooks with Libby and LibraryGo

Use your Library Go card number to log in to Libby and read e-books.

Science Resources for Educators and Parents

Get connected with resources for science learning and ask questions in real time with our training on Resources for Science educators

All SPPS 2nd graders will visit their local library branch

The $95K grant will strengthen the partnership between Saint Paul Public Library (SPPL) and Saint Paul Public Schools.


Map of Saint Paul Public library locations and Saint Paul Public Schools.

Resources for High School Students

Digital resources from practice tests, college preparation, general reference, etc...

Online Resources for Kids

Resources for elementary and middle school students.

Online Homework Help

Live online homework help from expert tutors, available every day, 1:00 -11:00 p.m., with other homework services available 24/7.

Reading Together

Students and trained mentors meet weekly, one-on-one, to work on grade-level reading skills.

Get Library Cards For Your Students

Connect your students to the resources of the Saint Paul Public Library!

Children's Specialists

We serve children birth to age 12 & their caregivers, strengthen the library's child-serving goals, & develop better ways to serve families.
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