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55. Rotated Component Matrix for Factor Analysis of School and Community Variables,
G rade 8 English Language A rts......................................................................................... 154
56. Component Matrix for Factor Analysis of Library Variables, Grade 8 Social Studies...... 155
57. Summary of Hierarchical Regression Analysis for Variables Predicting Social Studies CST
S cores, G rade 8 ................................................................................................................... 156
58. Rotated Component Matrix for Factor Analysis of School and Community Variables,
G rad e 1 1 .............................................................................................................................. 15 7
59. Component Matrix for Factor Analysis of Library Variables, Grade 11............................ 157
60. Summary of Hierarchical Regression Analysis for Variables Predicting English Language
A rts C ST Scores, G rade 11................................................................................................ 158
61. Rotated Component Matrix for Factor Analysis of School and Community Variables, Grade
11 U .S . H istory ................................................................................................................... 159
62. Component Matrix for Factor Analysis of Library Variables, Grade 11 U.S. History....... 160
63. Summary of Hierarchical Regression Analysis for Variables Predicting U.S. History CST
S cores, G rade 11 ................................................................................................................. 16 1
64. AR2 Produced by Addition of Library Factor in Multiple Regressions ............................. 162
65. Comparison of Bivariate Correlations, Certificated Staffing Levels and Total Staffing
Levels with Regularly Provided Library Services, Grade 4 ............................................. 164
66. Comparison of Bivariate Correlations, Certificated Staffing Levels and Total Staffing
Levels with Regularly Provided Library Services, Grade 8 .............................................. 167
67. Comparison of Bivariate Correlations, Certificated Staffing Levels and Total Staffing
Levels with Regularly Provided Library Services, Grade 11 ............................................ 169
68. Comparison of Bivariate Correlations, Certificated Staffing Levels and Total Staffing
Levels with Regularly Provided Library Services, Grade 4 .............................................. 172
69. Bivariate and Partial Correlations, Total Staffing and Student Achievement,
G rades 4 , 8, 11. ............................................................................................................... . . 186
70. Elements of Loertscher's Taxonomy of School Libraries and Bivariate Correlations, Library
Services and U.S. History Scores, Grade 11................................ 207
71. Elements of Todd & Kulthau's Model of the School Library as Dynamic Agent of Learning
and Bivariate Correlations, Library Services and U.S. History Scores, Grade 11 .......... 209

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Achterman, Douglas L. Haves, Halves, and Have-Nots: School Libraries and Student Achievement in California. Denton, Texas. UNT Digital Library. http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc9800/. Accessed April 20, 2014.