Software has no major impact on student performance: Study

(AP) Going high-tech doesn’t lead to higher math and reading scores, according to a federal study.

The study on the effectiveness of education technology was released late Wednesday by the National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, a research arm of the Education Department.

The study found achievement scores were no higher in classrooms using reading and math software products than in classrooms without the new products.

Read on “Study Eyes Effect of Tech on Classroom” (Forbes)


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