Technology and achievement have positive correlation, study says

April 1999
Electronic Education Report;04/28/99, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on a study on the 10-year-old West Virginia Basic Skills/Computer Education technology implementation program. Students' across-the-board increases in statewide assessment scores in all basic skills; Details of the program; Software used in the program.


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