While one in five students in U.S. public schools live in a rural area, they are often overlooked when it comes to ed-ed-tech needs, report suggests.


Eighty-eight percent of teachers reported having access to student data, but the information rarely presented a cumulative portrait of students' abilities and experiences.


When evaluating the effectiveness of 1-to-1 computing programs, schools should examine the impact over several years, not just a few, says Marie Hull, a researcher at the University of North Carolina Greensboro.


A new executive order on artificial intelligence shines a light on the need for education and training. But experts say it's thin on details and mostly silent on the question of funding.


The incidents led to stolen identities, tax fraud, altered student records, and millions of stolen tax dollars, according to the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center.


Unfamiliarity with technology contributed to lower scores for online test-takers in 2015, but the effects diminished over time, researchers found.


The Philadelphia Federation of Teachers' Healthy Schools Tracker will allow educators, parents, and others to use their smartphones to report mold, asbestos, and other environmental hazards in schools.


A recent report that analyzes the thoroughness and quality of student-data privacy laws passed in the U.S. may be more misleading than it is illuminating.


Young workers are poised to be hit especially hard by automation, the Brookings Institution found, but schools can help by focusing on students' digital skills, creativity, and emotional intelligence.


AI-powered tools may augment teachers, a new RAND report argues--but only if big concerns around bias and transparency are first addressed.


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