Involving the postal service, getting schools to help pay, and setting up statewide public networks could be part of the mix.


One district's tech team posts four new modules on the learning management system each week, building a library of helpful content teachers can visit repeatedly.


Educators have big concerns about how unequal internet access is effecting students' ability to learn, a survey released Thursday finds.


Parents are supportive overall of online learning, but have big questions about student privacy, a survey by a nonprofit found.


The issues first cropped up last week with NWEA's MAP assessments and have been sporadically preventing students and teachers from accessing the exams.


School districts now have until Oct. 16 to get their applications in for this new round of funding, thanks to a recent FCC order.


Schools are turning to paper packets and other workarounds while laptop orders are delayed and many students still lack internet access at home.


Acellus Learning Accelerator, used by 6,000 schools nationwide, is under fire for lessons that parents and educators have decried as racist, sexist, and age-inappropriate.


More than a dozen school districts opened their doors for students and teachers, only to quickly switch back to full-time virtual learning.


A little more than a quarter of school districts will be starting the academic year with full-time remote learning environments, says a report from the Center on Reinventing Public Education.


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