Haves, Halves, and Have-Nots: School Libraries and Student Achievement in California Page: 109
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California Elementary School Libraries with Responses to Library Survey
Type of Library Number Percent
School Library 3469 98.3
Joint Use Library 7 0.2
Use an adjacent library 8 0.2
No library 44 1.2
Total 3528 100.0
Certificated Library Staff Hours, Grade 4
Certificated Staffing Level Number Percent
No certificated staff 2986 84.6
Less than half-time 206 5.8
Half-time or more, but not full-time 180 5.1
1 FTE 138 3.9
More than 1 FTE 18 0.5
Total 3528 100.0
The mean English Language Arts CST score was 354.44, with a standard deviation of 29.02, n
3528 in a normal distribution.
There were 1,257 California public middle schools during 2006-2007 (Ed-Data, 2008).
1,197 of these schools, or 95.2%, had data from all four sources used for this study. Of these,
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