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1. State Test Scores and Hours Library Open: Bivariate Correlations ....................................... 28
2. State Test Scores and Library Visits per Student: Bivariate Correlations.............................. 29
3. Wisconsin State Test Scores and Library Visits per Student: Partial
C orrelations (Sm ith, 2006)..................................................................................................... 30
4. State Test Scores and Total Print Collection: Bivariate Correlations..................................... 34
5. Wisconsin State Test Scores and Total Print Collection: Partial Correlations
(S m ith , 2 0 0 6) ......................................................................................................................... 3 6
6. State Test Scores and Library Computers: Bivariate Correlations ........................................ 39
7. Wisconsin State Test Scores and Library Computers: Partial Correlations (Smith, 2006) ... 40
8. State Test Scores and LMS Staffing Levels: Bivariate Correlations...................................... 47
9. State Test Scores and LMS to Pupil Ratio: Multiple regression analysis............................... 50
10. State Test Scores and Collaboration: Bivariate Correlations............................................... 56
11. Wisconsin State Test Scores and Collaboration: Partial Correlations (Smith, 2006)........... 57
12. State Test Scores and Total Library Media Center Staffing Levels: Bivariate
C orrelation s........................................................................................................................... 64
13. State Test Scores and Total Library Expenditures: Bivariate Correlations .......................... 70
14. Wisconsin State Test Scores and Total Library Expenditures: Partial
C orrelations (Sm ith, 2006)................................................................................................... 71
15. State test scores and Total Library Media Center Factors, School and Community Variables:
M ultiple R egression .............................................................................................................. 76
16. California Elementary School Libraries with Responses to Library Survey ...................... 109
17. Certificated Library Staff Hours, Grade 4 .................................................................... 109
18. California Middle School Libraries with Responses to Library Survey............................. 110
19. Certificated Library Staff Hours, Grade 8 ....................................................................... 111
20. California High School Libraries Responding to Library Survey ...................................112

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