The National School Boards Association's Technology Leadership Network has released its annual '20 to watch' list of emerging ed-tech leaders.
To whet your whistle for our upcoming reports, we thought you might to take a look at a dozen profiles innovators published by the Chronicle of Higher Education
The Mississippi Senate passed a hotly debated charter school bill this week that leaves out the option for virtual charter schools.
A New York Times report may be key item in suit against online provider.
The announcement headlined a 90-minute online town hall session celebrating the inaugural Digital Learning Day.
The cable and Internet provider will double the speed of its broadband service targeting students from low-income families, and expand access to about 300,000 families.
Check out a state-by-state directory of events or tune into a webcast of a national town hall meeting.
Joel Rose and Chris Rush will also be allowed to resume relations with New York City schools under a new agreement.
Hear Education Week's own Katie Ash's take on the evolving industry in a panel discussion featured on NPR's On Point.
A survey found that just because most teachers report having computer access in classrooms doesn't mean they are satisfied with the amount of access.