Watch: EdTech study shows mixed results for adult literacy education

Nearly 36 million American adults can’t read, and innovators in EdTech are looking for new solutions. A study by SRI and the Joyce Foundation saw mixed results for 5 of the most popular EdTech tools. Instructors cited a lack of preparation and only modest vendor support as the primary challenges to success. The report closes with a recommendation of hybrid education for the most effective adult literacy curricula.

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