Cost-Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Instruction
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In order to assist decision-makers in considering different approaches to improving mathematics and reading performance of elementary school children, a cost-effectiveness study was undertaken of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) and three other interventions. In general, peer tutoring is found to be more cost-effective than CAI, and both are more cost-effective than reducing class size or increasing the length of the school day.
Cost-Effectiveness, Education Technology
Date Posted: 19 May 2023
This document has been peer reviewed.