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How school librarians help kids achieve standards : the second Colorado study

Author: Keith Curry Lance; Marcia J Rodney; Christine Hamilton-Pennell; Colorado State Library.
Publisher: San Jose, CA : Hi Willow Research & Pub. [for Colorado State Library, Colorado Dept. of Education], 2000.
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"Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) reading scores increase with program development, information technology, teacher/library media specialist (LMS) collaboration, and individual visits to the library media center (LMC). In addition, as participation increases in leadership roles, so does collaboration between teachers and LMSs. The relationship between these factors and test scores is not explained away by  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Keith Curry Lance; Marcia J Rodney; Christine Hamilton-Pennell; Colorado State Library.
ISBN: 0931510767 9780931510762
OCLC Number: 45366678
Notes: "April 2000."
Description: 122 p. ; 28 cm.
Responsibility: Keith Curry Lance, Marcia J. Rodney, Christine Hamilton-Pennell.
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"Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) reading scores increase with program development, information technology, teacher/library media specialist (LMS) collaboration, and individual visits to the library media center (LMC). In addition, as participation increases in leadership roles, so does collaboration between teachers and LMSs. The relationship between these factors and test scores is not explained away by any other school or community conditions."

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