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A computer per student leads to higher performance than traditional classroom settings
Posted by: Justina Spencer
Chestnut Hill, MA (1/21/2010) – A dozen years into the "1 to 1" computing movement's push to pair every schoolchild and teacher with a laptop, studies show the students in these programs outperformed their peers in traditional classrooms, according to researchers.

Students who have participated in 1:1 computing report higher achievement and increased engagement, according to findings of studies published in a special issue of the Journal of Technology, Learning and Assessment, published by Boston College's Lynch School of Education.
Source: EurekAlert (MA-USA) | Published: January 27th, 2010

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