Mobile technology improves math learning for disadvantaged students

07/21/2011 | KQED.org

Project K-Nect -- in which students from disadvantaged backgrounds use mobile technology to learn math -- continues to show promising results, according to a recent report. Student motivation to learn math has increased, and the percentage of students who believe "math is easy" more than doubled over one semester. Furthermore, 90% of Algebra I students were proficient on end-of-course exams, with the number rising to 100% for those in Algebra II.

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