An analysis of student test scores in Missouri offers solid evidence to suggest that using technology to facilitate an inquiry-based approach to learning can boost student achievement.

Students who participated in Missouri's educational technology program scored "consistently higher in every subject area" on the state's standardized test compared with students not involved in the program, according to an analysis of last year's test results.

The study, called "Analysis of 2001 MAP Results for eMINTS Students," compared the results of the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) for more than 6,000 third- and

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