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Effects of home and school computer use on school readiness and cognitive development among Head Start children: A randomized controlled pilot trial

Description:
An investigation of the impact of computer use on Head Start children's school readiness, examining if computers enhance children's educational experiences and if they benefit more from using a computer in both home and school settings as compared with using it only at school
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
West Virginia

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