December 2016 Archives

From the maker movement to online testing to the digital divide, 2016 was a big year for high-quality research on the promise and peril of educational technology.


From immigration to gender equality to trade policy to the common-core standards, littleBits CEO Ayah Bdeir is worried about a Trump administration will mean for ed tech - and for herself.


A new policy from the Office of Educational Technology offers guiding principles for integrating technology into teacher prep curricula.


FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, who led a reform of the E-rate program and promoted "net neutrality," will step down on Jan. 20.


The Bibb Country district recently hired 10 "virtual teachers" to serve as highly qualified substitutes until permanent in-person replacements can be found.


The U.S. labor market could be short 250,000 data scientists by 2024, according to a new report by the McKinsey Global Institute.


A complaint to the Federal Trade Commission finds fault with the privacy protections of internet-connected toys.


Common Sense Media released a new study which measured the limits parents put on their children's media use, and how much time they spend with media themselves.


Many vendors lack even minimal data-security protections, leaving school and student data vulnerable, according to Common Sense Education.


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