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Alliance Report featured in EdSource article, “Technology benefits at-risk students”

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Alliance Report featured in EdSource article, “Technology benefits at-risk students”

Interactive technology that allows students to create and explore substantially improves academic achievement, particularly for underprivileged youth, according to a review of more than 70 studies on the use of technology in the classroom. “Through the use of technology, students see content in many forms as it comes alive with maps, videos, hyperlinks to definitions, additional content and more,” according to the report, Using Technology to Support At-Risk Students’ Learning, released Wednesday by the Alliance for Excellent Education, a nonprofit based in Washington, D.C., and the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE). “Well-designed interactive programs allow students to see and explore concepts from different angles using a variety of representations.”
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