Study: Blended learning boosts student performance in algebra

08/7/2013 | KQED.org

High-school students who used a math curriculum, which teaches algebra using both in-person and computer-based instruction, improved 8 percentile points, according to a recent study of 18,000 students spanning 147 schools in seven states. The study -- conducted by RAND Corp. and the U.S. Department of Education -- seeks to offer an objective picture of blended learning that accounts for variability among states, districts and schools.

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