The state of the federal E-Rate program is mostly strong, with some areas of concern, according to a new report from Funds for Learning.
Experts are bad at predicting which jobs will be lost to automation, but policymakers still need to understand the dynamics of technological disruption, a new RAND report concludes.
Personalized and competency-based learning will be key to remaking high schools, XQ Institute CEO Russlynn Ali told a gathering of education reporters.
"Messenger Kids" will let children video chat with parent-approved contacts, but the app is raising concerns about data-privacy and social-media use by young children.
Introducing students to the importance of cybersecurity earlier during their K-12 careers was one of the strategies discussed at a conference on online school security being held this week.
Botcheck.me, a Google Chrome extension available via the browser's web store, enables individuals to reveal and log information about suspicious Twitter users.
Massive data collection and algorithmic bias are big concerns with no easy answers, experts told the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Wednesday.
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.