Until fairly recently, classroom computers were considered a luxury. Today, educators argue that students who have no...

Cirrus on October 15, 2019

Why D and not B

After reviewing, I can see that they're pretty similar but I'm going to guess that B the language in B is too strict. If someone could further explain I would appreciate it.

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Irina on October 16, 2019


That's correct - (B) claims that emphasizing computer skills necessarily leads to neglecting other skills, but this principle is unsupported by the information in the stimulus. The stimulus only cites some studies as the evidence of schools spending more time teaching computer skills and less other fundamental skills, suggesting that it is a possible - as (D) claims - but not a required outcome.

Let me know if you have any further questions.