Haves, Halves, and Have-Nots: School Libraries and Student Achievement in California Page: 110
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6.2% reported having no library at all, while 91.9 % report having a school library (see Table
18). 27.3% report having at least one full-time library media specialist, while 63.2% report
having no library media specialist staffing at all. 8.5% of middle schools report having full-time
staffing for both LMS and clerical positions (see Table 19).
California Middle School Libraries with Responses to Library Survey
Type of Library Number Percent
School Library 1100 91.9
Joint Use Library 6 0.5
Use an adjacent library 17 1.4
No library 74 6.2
Total 1197 100.0
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