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Library Junction 10 years ago
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Many studies showed that a great part of student's academic success depends on their effective use of libraries. See some studies on School libraries here These studies prove that school libraries matter.
rama 10 years ago
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I agree too. Our library too works hand n hand with academics, say lesson planning, subject themes, and projects and a variety of activities for children as well..It's a great feeling to walk through the corridors and peep into the classrooms of the school to see the outcum.I cannot find words to just explain -guess that's an achievement...
thumbi aadhi 5 years ago
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I agree too.
Theertha Praveen N 5 years ago
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I also agree with this.

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