Technology Counts 2017: Classroom Technology: Where Schools Stand
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State Data: How Do Students Actually Use Classroom Computers?

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As part of the National Assessment of Educational Progress in 2015, educators and students completed background surveys that shed light on a variety of factors, including use of computers in the classroom. Survey results indicate that, on average, 8th grade math students more commonly used classroom computers for "passive" activities, such as practice or review, than for "active" purposes, such as researching a math topic.


More data from Technology Counts:
Data: How Does Teacher Tech Training Compare Across States?
Data Dive: Devices and Software Flooding Into Classrooms





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