Instructional software is proven to improve learning.
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Education (2008). Foundations for Success: The final report of the National Mathematics Advisory Panel.
Use of Multi-media to provide alternate forms of representation improves effectiveness and addition of graphs, diagrams,
conceptual activities, and video lessons reduces students' cognitive load.
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Technology-infused interventions . . . were the top model predictor of improved high stakes test scores, dropout rate reduction
and improved discipline.
Greaves et al (2010). Project Red Key Findings, ISTE Presentation.
A test-reteach-retest model that targets and remediates individual skill weaknesses dramatically accelerates learning in classroom
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More than 60 percent of the 40,000 first-time freshmen admitted to the California State University require remedial education in English, mathematics or both.
Early Assessment Program (2010). California State board of Education and California State University.