Charter School 4th Graders: Less Access to Computers in School, More At Home

| September 18, 2018

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Fourth graders who attend charters are more likely than their counterparts at traditional public schools to have access to a computer at home, but less likely to have access in school.In addition, lower-performing 8th graders are more likely than their higher-performing counterparts to have teachers who say they use computers every day or almost every day in reading and math.Those are just some of the findings from a new web report released yesterday by the National Center for Education Statistics. Titled "2015 Survey Questionnaire Results: Students' Computer Access and Use", the analysis is based on an examination of survey...

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