A panel of three experts addressed how and when innovation will come to K-12 education.


L.A. students present technology-enabled research on issues such as the digital divide and food deserts in their communities.


Leslie Fetzer succeeds Kristin Kipp as the third teacher to win the SREB honor.


A panel discussion at the Digital Media and Learning conference in San Francisco showcased two programs that teach students to make apps.


John Seely Brown's opening keynote at the Digital Media and Learning Conference in San Francisco emphasizes intellectual risk taking.


The San Jose, Calif.-based charter management organization on Wednesday announced it would open eight schools in Milwaukee, beginning in the fall of 2013.


A review of studies on digital media, youth, and information quality finds some interesting, if not generalizable, conclusions.


The National School Boards Association's Technology Leadership Network has released its annual '20 to watch' list of emerging ed-tech leaders.


To whet your whistle for our upcoming reports, we thought you might to take a look at a dozen profiles innovators published by the Chronicle of Higher Education


The Mississippi Senate passed a hotly debated charter school bill this week that leaves out the option for virtual charter schools.


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