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May 17, 2016

Screen Reading Worse for Grasping Big Picture, Researchers Find

Can it really make a difference whether a class assignment is on a screen or printed out? Yes, according to new research.

May 11, 2016

One-to-One Laptop Initiatives Boost Student Scores, Researchers Find

A meta-analysis of 15 years' worth of research found 1-to-1 laptop programs had a positive impact on students' English, math, and science scores.

May 03, 2016

Amid Internet Addiction Fears, 'Balanced' Tech Diet for Teens Recommended

Almost 60 percent of parents feel their teens are addicted to their mobile devices, according to a new survey from Common Sense Media.

April 20, 2016

Virtual, Blended Schools Growing Despite Struggles, Analysis Finds

Roughly 300,000 students are enrolled in virtual and blended schools, but proficiency rates and graduation rates lag well behind traditional schools, according to the NEPC.

April 18, 2016

iPads Can Change Math Instruction, Study Finds

Research in an Oregon school found that iPads didn't impact math achievement or engagement, but helped teachers better manage instruction.

April 11, 2016

The Maker Movement in K-12 Education: A Guide to Emerging Research

As Maker Education evolves in K-12, researchers are exploring related equity issues, design principles for Maker spaces, and the impact of this approach on student learning.

April 09, 2016

In Fla. Schools, Digital Divide Shifts From Access to Use, Research Finds

Low-income Florida students are more likely than their affluent peers to use classroom software for drill-and-kill practice, according to new research.

April 08, 2016

Can Ed Tech Power a Social-Justice Approach to 'Disruption?'

Mobile devices and digital tools can help disenfranchised youth to challenge the existing social and economic order, according to new research to be presented at AERA.

April 08, 2016

Students in Online Credit Recovery Fare Worse Than Peers, Research Finds

Chicago 9th graders who took a face-to-face version of an Algebra I credit-recovery course had better short-term outcomes than those who took the course online, study says.

April 04, 2016

U.S. Adults Below Average in Numeracy and Tech, International Report Finds

A first look at results drawn from an international study found that American adults struggle with numeracy and tech skills, while ranking close to the international average on literacy tasks.

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