Research: Computers not clearly linked to student achievement

04/13/2006 | USA Today

Research presented at the American Education Research Association's annual meeting indicates the impact of computers on learning is mixed. In one Ohio study, middle school students using laptops in class had slightly higher grades but felt distracted, while in Tennessee, researchers found that using computers to teach reading in elementary schools produced negative results.

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