Effects of A Computer-Assisted-Instruction Program in a Prison Setting: An Experimental Study

Batchelder, John Stuart; Rachal, John R.
December 2000
Journal of Correctional Education;Dec2000, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p324
Academic Journal
Evaluates the effectiveness of the computer-assisted instruction (CAS) in an adult basic education prison setting. Effects of CAI on the comprehensive adult student assessment system scores of inmates; Difference in gain scores from pretest to posttest between educational classification groups.


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