Digital technologies and learning outcomes of students from low socio-economic background: an analysis of PISA 2015

Autor(es): Rodrigues, Margarida; Biagi, Federico

Organisation(s): European Commission. Joint Research Centre

Publisher(s): Publications Office of the European Union

Date: 2017

Pages: 65 p.


The use of digital technologies for learning is high on the policy agenda and is believed to benefit disadvantaged groups of students especially. This study assesses the extent to which the association between learning outcomes and the use of digital technologies differs systematically between students with different socio-economic statuses.

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