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The knowledge economy makes libraries more important than ever, yet funding has not kept pace.

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Wisconsin's public libraries are in the top ten nationally for use, while funding ranks 19th.

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Academic libraries create world class information services that help grow the economy.

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More school librarians equals improved student test scores. 

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Special libraries keep business, medicine, and law on the cutting edge.

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There are 542 students enrolled for every librarian in U.S. 2– and 4-year colleges and universities in 2008, as compared with 4.3 students for each teaching faculty member. 

ALA Office for Research & Statistics, ALA Public Information Office

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