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Independent evaluation of uses and outcomes of Espresso digital resources in Wolverhampton Local Authority schools: Final Report

Research output: Book/Report/ProceedingsCommissioned report


Publication date8/04/2012
Place of publicationLancaster
PublisherLancaster University
Number of pages54
<mark>Original language</mark>English


In 2011, Espresso Education commissioned this academically-based and fully independent evaluation study to explore outcomes of uses of its online resources in primary, special and short-stay schools across Wolverhampton LA. The aims of the study were to explore how Espresso resources were being used to support teaching and learning, and to explore whether levels or patterns of use in schools might be associated with measures of pupil achievement and school performance.

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