Haves, Halves, and Have-Nots: School Libraries and Student Achievement in California Page: 156
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Summary of Hierarchical Regression Analysis for Variables Predicting Social Studies CST
Scores, Grade 8
Variable B SE B
(Constant) 330.50 0.59 --
Community factor -21.48 0.59 -.70**
School factor 8.63 0.59 .28**
(Constant) 330.40 0.57 --
Community factor -21.34 0.57 .70**
School factor 7.24 0.59 .24**
Library factor 5.02 0.59 .17**
Note. R2 = .57 for Step 1; AR2 =.03 for Step 2 (p <.001).
Grade 11 English Language Arts
Factor analysis of school and community variables resulted in similar groupings of the
variables as indicated earlier; the percentage of teachers fully credentialed was eliminated for not
loading to at least .600. In the final factor analysis, two factors were produced, accounting for
83.00% of the variance, as shown in Table 58.
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