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Canadian School Libraries and Teacher-librarians: Results from the 2003/04 Information and Communication Technologies in Schools Survey

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This paper examines student-educator ratios and per-capita education expenditures within the context of the presence of a teacher-librarian. The presence of library staff such as teacher-librarians or library technicians is reviewed by province, on a per school and per student basis. In addition, the presence of school libraries in rural and urban schools and public versus private schools is considered.

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Product:Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics - Research Papers
Catalogue no.:81-595-MIE2005028
Latest issue:no. 028 Free
Release date:May 4, 2005
Authors: Coish, David
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