The law is one of the few state state-level policies taking responsibility for the growing online threat.


Less than half - 41 percent - of teenagers get their news from a print or online newspaper at least three times a week. And only 37 percent turn to TV news at least a few times a week.


The NSF's "Last Days of Summer STEM Bucket List" includes a wide range of on- and offline learning tools aiming to help children build their identities as budding scientists.


Teaching students to communicate with intelligent machines, moving from coding to computational thinking, and asking better questions before purchasing tech are top priorities.


The report found that roughly a third of middle and high schools reported disciplinary problems stemming from cyberbullying at least once a week or daily.


Companies that make the special lenses and some eye-doctors suggest blue light glasses are a good back-to-school purchase, but some experts are skeptical.


African Americans, Latinos, and Asians are more likely than whites to believe that schools should teach computer science to prepare children for the future, a new report says.


In the era of YouTube, Fortnite, and Snapchat, does one of the main federal laws protecting online privacy for kids under 13 need a makeover?


The Maryland State Department of Education "inappropriately stored" personal information of 1.4 million students and more than 230,000 teachers, leaving them vulnerable to potential bad actors, according to an audit published earlier this month.


Ed Tech Digest named half a dozen principals and technology directors to a list of the 100 biggest influencers in ed tech.


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