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Journal Article: Can Technology Narrow the Black-White Achievement Gap?

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Education, Student achievements/Missouri, Race differences, Inquiry method, Computers/Educational use/Missouri

Authors

Beglau, Monica M.

Published

2005, July

Abstract

The significant gains that have been made in the achievement of African-American students in Missouri may be the result of a collaborative education program called enhancing Missouri's Instructional Networked Teaching Strategies (eMINTS), which uses technology to make a difference in student achievement. Focusing on the expectation that all students can attain higher performance levels, eMINTS includes mechanisms for increasing quality parental involvement and provides teachers with professional development and in-class coaching to produce significant changes in their instructional practices.

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