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Held back by computers

Children who use computers regularly at home and at school do worse in exams than their peers, according to research published by the Royal Economic Society. A study of pupils' performance in international tests found that computer use does nothing to boost literacy and numeracy skills despite the claims of software vendors and politicians.

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