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Abstract:Economists have typically been sceptical that computers improve educational outcomes. But research by Stephen Machin, Sandra McNally and Olmo Silva finds evidence that new technology can have a positive effect on pupils' performance.
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This article summarises 'New Technology in Schools: Is There a Payoff?' by Stephen Machin, Sandra McNally and Olmo Silva, Discussion Paper No. 55 from the Centre for the Economics of Education
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New Technology in Schools: Is There a Payoff?, Stephen Machin, Sandra McNally and Olmo Silva, The Economic Journal, Volume 117, Issue 522, July 2007
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