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Library Junction 9 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 9 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 4 years ago
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I agree too.
Theertha Praveen N 4 years ago
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I also agree with this.

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