The effects of increased learning time on student academic and nonacademic outcomes: Findings from a meta-analytic review

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Publication Date: July 2014

Overview: REL Appalachia conducted a systematic review of the research evidence on the effects of increased learning time. After screening more than 7,000 studies, REL Appalachia identified 30 that met the most rigorous standards for research. A review of those 30 studies found that increased learning time does not always produce positive results. However, some forms of instruction tailored to the needs of specific types of students were found to improve their circumstances.

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