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K-12 Calculator Usage and College Grades

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We find that students in the big mathematics service courses at the Johns Hopkins University who were encouraged to use calculators in K-12 have somewhat lower grades than those who weren't.

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Wilson, W.S., Naiman, D.Q. K-12 Calculator Usage and College Grades. Educational Studies in Mathematics 56, 119–122 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1023/B:EDUC.0000028405.03127.55

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