K-12 open education advocates face many of the same challenges as those in postsecondary institutions.
Educators who are insisting that the moment is ripe for technology to transform education may have been heartened to read that folks at the Consumer Electronics Association are saying the same thing.
Check out Jason Tomassini's extended post on the secondary education recipients within the last 13 winners announced in Wave III of the Next Generation learning Challenges grant competition.
South African organization Siyavula details how it produces collaboratively authored, open textbooks for K-12 students in that country.
John Willinsky, a professor at Stanford University, described his work advocating for open data and access for academic and educational purposes.
Educators from the Open High School of Utah share their views on how to use open education resources to improve schools.
The construction of SETDA's State Education Policy Center may signal a new focus for the organization.
Virginia Tech professor outlines his disruptive vision for how the open educational resources movement should change education.
More than a decade after Maine launched the first-ever statewide 1-to-1 laptop program, Florida is considering a proposal to put a digital device in the hands of every student.
A new report suggests schools create data backpacks and learner profiles—sets of digital information that will follow students from year to year to better inform teachers of their learning needs.