CEE in the News 2019
Bans on mobile phones significantly increases student performance in high-stakes exams, according to a 2015 London School of Economics and Political Science
...which are designed to create positive learning environments." They note that many school boards have policies that allow students to bring their own devices into the classroom for educational purposes. A 2015 London School of Economics and Political Sciences
The Toronto District School Board dropped its ban in 2011, and last summer, it also lifted its ban on Snapchat, Instagram and Netflix. A 2015 London School of Economics
study found that ...
Almost all schools are thought to have some controls over mobile phone use. Some ban them outright and others restrict their use in lessons or during playtime. A 2015 study by the London School of Economics found that banning them resulted in test scores rising by more than 6 per cent.
Snippet: ... A new ESRI study shows smartphone ownership among children has a detrimental impact on their education. And a 2015 study by the Centre of Economic Performance at the London School of Economics found that after sch...
Research by London School of Economics professor Stephen Machin
and Richard Murphy
at The University of Texas at Austin revealed that by paying higher fees, international students in effect subsidise certain domestic students.