The Impact Of Public Library On Children 's Life Essay

1345 Words Jun 29th, 2016 6 Pages
This brochure would be available at the Alamogordo Public Library in Alamogordo, New Mexico. Population of Alamogordo is 31,000, 5.4% African American, 41.8% Hispanic, 41.6% Caucasian, 1.7% Asian, and 9.3% other. The Public Library is located in North West, Alamogordo, near City Hall and Parks & Recreation Center. The families that patronize the Library are mostly lower class (28.6%) with a lesser population of upper class and middle class mixed in. The Public library has a 50.4%-49.6% female to male ratio. The majority of the Library is devoted to children, which makes up 50% membership, followed by Adults (20%), Young Adults (10%), Older Adults (10%) and Teens (10%).
The families that attend the Alamogordo Public Library are family oriented who take interest in their children’s education. Their view of education is the most important achievement in their children’s life. The most priority among readers would be well- educated parents.

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