In a party-line vote, the Federal Communications Commission limited Lifeline support for "premium Wi-Fi" services and issued a new notice of proposed rulemaking.


A changing labor market will require both highly skilled IT workers and improved basic digital skills, according to a new report from the Brookings Institute.


A state lawmaker is calling for a review of the 113,000-student district's technology contracts following a New York Times report on possible ethical violations.


The program covers coding and computational thinking, and it's designed to reach clubs with varying access to internet connectivity.


The proposed legislation would require the 1.1-million student district to publish the source code behind algorithms used to assign students to high schools, evaluate teachers, and more.


University of Rhode Island Professor Renee Hobbs talks with Education Week about encouraging students to become discerning interpreters of news, as Medial Literacy Week kicks off.


The personalized-learning pioneer is under fire for closing a school just three years after it opened, in order to pursue other business opportunities.


Indiana Virtual School only graduated 61 of its 900 seniors this past school year and received an F rating for the second year in a row.


Ajit Pai wants the FCC to use the E-rate program to grant money and flexibility to schools and libraries in Florida, Puerto Rico, and Texas.


New projections from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics point to health care as the field that will create the most jobs over the next decade.


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