OPINION: Online homework tools trade ‘busy work’ for feedback to help end inequities in schools

July 11, 2019

The use of technology is growing in schools, but we’re missing critical opportunities if technology isn’t being used to close the pernicious achievement gaps between students of color and their white peers and between low-income students and their more affluent peers.

While we’ve seen limited, and not necessarily linear, progress on the race gap, the income-based achievement gap has been particularly stubborn, and research suggests it is widening between students from the poorest families and those from the highest-income households in the United States.

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