More disadvantaged students from around the world have access to a technology than ever before. Ninety-six percent of OECD students have at least one computer at home and students of different socioeconomic statuses spend approximately the same amount of time online. However, OECD finds that disadvantaged students are less likely than their peers to use technology in a way that enhances their learning. OECD explores methods of closing this still-existing gap.
- Students, Computers, and Learning: Making the Connection – Read OECD’s report about the state of digital equity around the world.
- PISA in Focus 64: Are There Differences in How Advantaged and Disadvantaged Students Use the Internet? – Read OECD’s summary of Students, Computers, and Learning.
- Can Analogue Skills Bridge the Digital Divide? – Read OECD’s blog post about Students, Computers, and Learning.