Comments from private sector, education technology community suggest changes, clarifications to U.S. Department of Education's new $400 million competition for school districts.
A new NCAA rule that goes into effect June 15 opens the door for Division I and II men's college basketball coaches to text high school athletes.
The chance for players to demonstrate a freedom of choice is a common theme among the highest quality games, suggests the review from Common Sense Media.
According to the lawsuit, the app authors collected kids' names and other private information and sent it to a third party, violating federal online privacy law concerning children under 13.
Preliminary results from the LRMI show both educators and publishers believe the Web search experience isn't successfully routing the right resource to the right searcher.
As our discussion becomes more sophisticated, expect to see more stories asking questions about the emotional and psychological impact of learning via digital media.
A quick look at some recent headlines in the world of educational technology.
Principals and administrators are also more likely to be smartphone and tablet computer users than teachers and librarians.
More than six times as many entrants participated in this competition as did in the first one last school year.
The State Educational Technology Directors Association outlines four key recommendations for creating ubiquitous, equitable broadband access for K-12 schools.