The free, three-week summer program is designed to introduce girls to computer science and encourage them to pursue careers in tech fields.
June 2017 Archives
Schools should automatically delete a wide range of "superfluous" student information at the end of each school year, says digital-privacy lawyer Bradley Shear.
If confirmed by the Senate, Republican Brendan Carr and Democrat Jessica Rosenworcel would bring the Federal Communications Commission back to full strength.
A $500,000 grant program from the American Library Association and Google will fund computer science programming in school and public libraries.
A full-court press is on at ISTE 2017 to get educators to write their legislators about lagging federal funding for schools.
New ISTE CEO Richard Culatta identifies the biggest changes in how technology is affecting teaching and learning as roughly 20,000 educators and ed-tech enthusiasts gather in San Antonio.
At least 15,000 educators are expected to converge on San Antonio for the annual conference of the International Society for Technology in Education.
Research on the effectiveness of online courses for K-12 students remains limited, but here are 10 of the best studies available.
The Girl Scouts of the USA will introduce badges for online safety, combatting cyberbullying, and advanced IT skills beginning in Summer 2018.
A story published in the magazine of the National Education Association sparked sharp criticism from some teachers and activists concerned about software-driven personalized learning.
A state audit of student login records determined that Ohio's largest full-time online charter had dramatically overstated its student enrollment.
The toolkit from the Consortium for School Networking provides further explanation of federal privacy laws and offers guidance in communicating and contracting with vendors.
A joint $12 million grant to support personalized learning reflects growing ties between the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
The book by two advocates and former educators outlines research-backed strategies for integrating technology and implementing personalized learning.
From teens-and-screens to cybersecurity jobs to online courses, strong ed-tech-related stories abounded at the Education Writers Association's 2017 national seminar.
At least 10 students had their admissions offers revoked after making offensive posts to a Facebook group chat, the Harvard Crimson reported.