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The Idaho school library impact study, 2009: How Idaho librarians, teachers. and administrators collaborate for student success. Boise, Idaho: Idaho Commission for Libraries. http://libraries.idaho.gov/study.. Anon.2010.
How students, teachers & principals benefit from strong school libraries : the Indiana study. Indianapolis, IN: Association for Indiana Media Educators.. Anon.2007.
Powerful libraries make powerful learners: the Illinois study. Canton, IL: Illinois School Library Media Association.. Anon.2005.
How school libraries improve outcomes for children: the New Mexico study\par. Santa Fe, NM: Hi Willow Research and Pub. for New Mexico State Library. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/52008003.. Anon.2003.
The impact of Michigan school librarians on academic achievement: kids who have libraries succeed. Lansing, MI: Library of Michigan ; Hi Willow Research & Pub. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/56032541.. Anon.2003.
Make the connection: quality school library media programs impact academic achievement in Iowa. Bettendorf, IA: Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/50777767.. Anon.2002.
Good schools have school librarians: Oregon school librarians collaborate to improve academic achievement. Salem, OR: Oregon Educational Media Association. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/47221126.. Anon.2001.
How school librarians help kids achieve standards: the second Colorado study. San Jose, CA: Hi Willow Research & Pub. for Colorado State Library, Colorado Dept. of Education. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/45366678.. Anon.2000.
Measuring up to standards: the impact of school library programs & information literacy in Pennsylvania schools. Greensburg, PA: Pennsylvania Citizens for Better Libraries. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/43981474.. Anon.2000.