Public school libraries: their history, curriculum, and impact on student achievement
AuthorVande Haar, Dale A.
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SubjectSchool libraries--United States--History.; School librarians--United States--History.; Libraries and schools--United States--History.; Information literacy--Study and teaching.; Educational tests and measurements -- Standards -- United States.; Educational equalization -- United States.; Academic achievement -- United States.; School libraries -- Aims and objectives -- United States.
DescriptionPhysical description: x, 217 leaves. Dale Vande Haar, a Drake University alum, is currently the Libraries and Information Services Coordinator for the Des Moines Public Schools.He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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