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One-to-One Computing and Student Achievement in Ohio High Schools
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Journal of Research on Technology in Education Volume 48, Number 3, ISSN 1539-1523

Abstract

This study explores the impact of one-to-one computing on student achievement in Ohio high schools as measured by performance on the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT). The sample included 24 treatment schools that were individually paired with a similar control school. An interrupted time series methodology was deployed to examine OGT data over a period of 5 to 8 years. Overall student performance and content-specific achievement in math, reading, science, social studies, and writing were not significantly affected by the introduction of 1:1 computing. Treatment schools using a netbook device produced the greatest overall change in scores.

Citation

Williams, N.L. & Larwin, K.H. (2016). One-to-One Computing and Student Achievement in Ohio High Schools. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 48(3), 143-158. Retrieved May 27, 2020 from .

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