As the CoSN 2011 conference opens, there's a lot of informal talk about the federal commitment to education technology.
Here's a preview of the ed-tech advocacy group's annual conference, which begins Monday in New Orleans.
An English teacher from the 21st Century Virtual Academy was named the nation's second-annual National Online Teacher of the Year.
This Thursday and Friday, online learning leaders, experts, and educators will meet in Atlanta for the SREB's annual ed-tech conference on online learning.
The statement from CoSN, ISTE, SETDA, and SIIA warns eliminating the program is the "surest way to devalue" recent education technology investment.
Digital tools make it possible for students in Canada to create math casts and students in Washington state to tell digital stories.
The Utah state senate approved a measure that would set up a system where funding follows the student whether or not an online course is from a public or private provider.
A teacher, community member, and board member from Bellingham School District in Washington state talk about revising their district's technology plan.
Countries with the highest test scores actually have lower rates of economic growth, wealth, and creativity, said the University of Oregon's Center for Advanced Technology director.
Two of Gates' guests talked about the importance of timing relative to opportunity, a theme rampant in the ed-tech world.