The digital world isn't just exhausting for adults. More than half of the middle and high school students who participated in a recent survey say they sometimes turn off their phones just to get some relief from all the activity.


An expert recommends schools agree not to pay tech providers until their products prove effective.


The director of teaching and learning for a Minnesota district talks about putting e-learning days into action under difficult circumstances.


More than a third of the nearly 300 college admissions officers surveyed by the Kaplan Test Prep company say they have visited sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube to get more information about a prospective student.


Older children would be protected by the same online privacy laws that apply to younger kids, under a bipartisan bill introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives this week.


A new law in California strengthens privacy protections for consumers, including children under 16, but leaves open some questions for K-12 educators.


A New York State school district has announced it will begin using controversial facial recognition software for school safety purposes, over the strenuous objections of civil liberties advocates.


Internet connectivity, recruiting staff, and finding partners to learn from are all big challenges for an ed-tech leader in a district off the coast of Alaska.


Facial recognition technology is often significantly more likely to misidentify people of color, according to a new report.


Artificial Intelligence is being cited as the next big teaching tool, and new area of study for students. But it may also make life easier for Information Technology departments.


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