Do students with home computers learn more?

07/2/2010 | Chico Enterprise-Record (Calif.)

About 1,000 middle-school students in California participated in a study during the 2009-10 school year designed to discover the educational effects of having a computer at home. Some students were given a computer at the beginning of the school year, and their academic progress, attendance and other benchmarks were measured against students who received the computer later in the year. Preliminary results are expected as early as the fall.

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