Study finds student achievement increases with online instruction

08/20/2009 | NYTimes.com

Students completing some or all of their academic lessons online perform better on assessments than students receiving only traditional classroom instruction, according to a study. Experts say the benefit of online instruction is "learning by doing" and that lessons are tailored to individual students.

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