Alan November told the National Association of Elementary School Principals that embracing technology means difficult changes, but is key to succeeding in the Common Core era.
Nebraska became the 14th state to join the Ed-Fi Alliance and will work to create "dashboards" designed to give educators real-time access to student data.
The National Education Association passed its first revision to digital-learning policy in 11 years.
Just one in five Oklahoma schools had sufficient bandwidth and devices to administer online common-core exams, a state survey found.
Yesterday, fifty national organizations co-signed a letter to the FCC urging them to swiftly implement changes to the E-rate program for President Obama's ConnectED initiative.
The National Center for Family Literacy and Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop announced the formation of the Aprendiendo Juntos Council.
The acting chairperson of the Federal Communications Commission, Mignon Clyburn, has floated proposed changes to the E-rate program that mirror many of President Obama's objectives.
FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel said the federal program is outdated and needs to be revamped to help modernize schools.
Helping educators implement tough new academic understands and better use student data were key themes at ISTE's 2013 "pitchfest."
Poor internal communication, divided leadership teams, and top-down dictates all lead to wasteful technology spending in school districts, says Stephen Clemons of the San Diego County Office of Education.