Computer Use, Parental Expectations Latino Academic Achievement
This report presents a quantitative study that examines the factors responsible for Hispanic or Latino student achievement relative to that of comparison groups. The Tomás Rivera Policy Institute (TRPI) examines the impact on reading and writing, math and science achievement levels of computer use both at school and at home, and of teacher preparation for computer-based instruction.
- Maria Teresa V. Taningco, Ann Bessie Mathew, and Harry P. Pachon, IBM. Computer Use, Parental Expectations Latino Academic Achievement, Prepared by The Tomás Rivera Policy Institute for IBM. (Claremont, CA February 2002).
- Available here.