Haves, Halves, and Have-Nots: School Libraries and Student Achievement in California Page: 128
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Partial Correlation, Total Library Services, English Language Arts CST Scores, and School and
Community Variables, Grade 4
Parent Education Level .08**
Free and Reduced Lunch .13**
Percentage English Learners .13**
Avg. Teacher Salary .12**
Percentage Fully Credentialed Teachers .13**
At the eighth grade level, there were also fourteen services that were significantly related
to English Language Arts CST scores, with the three strongest being "Communicated proactively
with principal" , "Offered a program of curriculum-integrated information literacy instruction,"
and Total services, all at r =.19, p <.001 (see Table 36).
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