- Students who use computers very frequently at school get worse results
- Students who use computers moderately at school, such as once or twice a week, have "somewhat better learning outcomes" than students who use computers rarely
- The results show "no appreciable improvements" in reading, mathematics or science in the countries that had invested heavily in information technology
- High achieving school systems such as South Korea and Shanghai in China have lower levels of computer use in school
- Singapore, with only a moderate use of technology in school, is top for digital skills
On the same topic: NY Mayor Bill de Blasio will announce this week that within 10 years all of the city’s public schools will be required to offer computer science to all students.