Study: Laptop-equipped students do better work

02/12/2004 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

In Maine, middle school students using state-provided laptops are more actively involved in their learning and produce better work, according to a study released yesterday by the Maine Education Policy Research Institute. Although most of the report was positive, some laptop users complained about having continuing problems with the devices.

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