Study: Blended math instruction leads to learning gains

06/23/2013 | Education Week

A two-year study involving 17,000 students and 375 teachers from 147 schools found that students using Carnegie Learning's Cognitive Tutor Algebra I program -- which blends traditional and online learning -- gained 8 percentile points during the second year. The study was funded by the U.S. Department of Education, and researchers say the findings may help schools when choosing blended-learning programs.

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