The use of certain educational software programs to help teach reading and math did not lead to higher test scores after a year of implementation, according to a major federal report released April 5.

The $10 million study, issued by the U.S. Department of Education (ED), was distributed to members of Congress--and its findings could affect future funding for school technology. That worries some advocates of educational technology, who question how the study was conducted.

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