Canadian study: Schools with teacher-librarians post higher reading scores

04/7/2006 | Toronto Star, The

A Queen's University study has found that elementary schools with trained teacher-librarians had higher scores on grades 3 and 6 reading tests than schools without such professionals. Research indicates that only 54% of Ontario elementary schools had a part-time or full-time teacher-librarian last year, compared with 80% of schools in 1997-98.

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