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RAND's research on pre-K, K-12, and higher education covers issues such as assessment and accountability, choice-based and standards-based school reform, vocational training, and the value of arts education and policy in sustaining communities and promoting a well-rounded community.

  • Mother and son using a touch pad tablet on a plane, photo by nadezhda1906/Fotolia

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    Step Aside, 'Screen Time.' Make Room for 'Screen Purpose.'

    Nov 17, 2015

    Technology is simply another way to communicate, learn, and play. It shouldn't automatically be regarded as a threat. Whether technology helps or harms children largely depends on how it is used.

  • A teacher working with young students in a classroom, photo via the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation / CC BY 4.0

    Report

    Promising Evidence on Personalized Learning

    Nov 10, 2015

    Students at schools that offer personalized ways to learn (e.g., competency-based progression, flexible learning environments) made significant gains in mathematics and reading. Also, the lowest-performing students made substantial gains relative to their peers.

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