Schools need more computers and faster Internet access to make use of the most innovative digital education games currently being created, experts say.
Jim Shelton, the assistant deputy secretary for innovation and improvement at the U.S. Department of Education, outlined four elements to improving U.S. education.
The nonprofit organization hopes to create a vast personalized learning environment for every student through the aggregation of student and teacher data.
The former Apple Inc. official plans to use her government and tech company experience to help bridge the public and private sectors.
Stay tuned for Education Week's coverage of the upcoming ASU/GSV Education Innovation Summit on both the Digital Education and Marketplace K-12 blogs, from April 15-17.
A commissioner for the Federal Communications Commission argues that schools need more funding, and specific capacity goals, through the E-rate.
A study from the Lexington Institute examines ways blended learning is affecting K-12 education, for better or worse.
Petition organizers are going through a White House process to collect 100,000 signatures to encourage the federal government to support increased school broadband access.
The National Security Agency, one of the U.S. government's most secretive defense institutions, is sponsoring a high school hacking competition focused on cyber security.
Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell has proposed a 1-to-1 computing program for his state, but convincing the legislature to pay for it could be a challenge.