One Laptop per Child at Home: Short-Term Impacts from a Randomized Experiment in Peru

@inproceedings{Beuermann2015OneLP,
  title={One Laptop per Child at Home: Short-Term Impacts from a Randomized Experiment in Peru},
  author={Diether W. Beuermann and Julian P. Cristia and Santiago Cueto and Ofer Malamud and Yyann{\'u} Cruz-Aguayo},
  year={2015}
}
This paper presents results from a randomized controlled trial whereby approximately 1,000 OLPC XO laptops were provided for home use to children attending primary schools in Lima, Peru. The intervention increased access and use of home computers, with some substitution away from computer use outside the home. Children randomized to receive laptops scored about 0.8 standard deviations higher in a test of XO proficiency but showed lower academic effort as reported by teachers. There were no… CONTINUE READING

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