Poor science often behind educational software claims of success

09/20/2004 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Schools are spending millions on educational software, even though the products' effectiveness, in many cases, is not backed up by scientifically sound research. Experts say studies assessing the academic progress of students using the software often fail to take into account other factors that could be responsible for achievement gains.

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