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Resource ID: #13129
Subject: Education
Source: Mercury News (San Jose, Calif.)
Date: 1996-01-14


Schools up and down California are racing to put PCs in the classroom, hook up to the Net and otherwise get themselves wired. But while national research shows a payoff in better academic achievement, The Mercury News shows that California schools that invest heavily in computers, CD-ROMS, VCRs, laser disc players and the like generally have no better test scores than schools that don't. (Jan. 14, 1996)

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