Haves, Halves, and Have-Nots: School Libraries and Student Achievement in California Page: 120
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Partial Correlation, Total Staff Hours, Social Studies CST Scores, and School and Community
Variables, Grade 8
Parent Education Level .17**
Free and Reduced Lunch .26**
Percentage English Learners .26* *
Avg. Teacher Salary .12**
Percentage Fully Credentialed Teachers .06**
At the eleventh grade level, the bivariate correlation of English Language Arts and total
staffing hours yielded r = .54, with p <.001. As seen in Table 31, the strength of that correlation
remained generally the same in partial correlations with school and community control variables,
with a range of r = .49, p < .001, for average teacher salary to r = .59, p < .001, for English
learners as the control.
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