Some see red flags because Wireless Generation, which Klein oversees, looks set to be awarded a $27-million, no-bid contract by the New York State department of education.


New learning models and infrastructure systems, and increased focused on college and career preparation and professional development, are identified as this year's top ed-tech trends.


The project follows last week's launch of schema.org by Google, Yahoo, and Bing.


The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Carnegie Corporation of New York have pledged to build a virtual network for teachers to share resources.


A new report finds that most parents see the dangers of digital media to childrens' health and privacy, but don't believe their own children are seriously threatened.


The American Association of School Librarians will be showcasing the three winners of its annual awards, all of which are library programs with a heavy focus on technology.


About 60 students in one district will get to use an app as their curriculum for the entire school year.


Student information systems are making it easier than ever for parents to keep up with their students' progress. But not everyone is happy about it.


A survey of government, education, business, and healthcare found that about 28 percent report using cloud computing apps.


State and local education leaders continue to navigate the murky waters of social media, such as Facebook and Twitter.


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