In 20 studies covering four continents, children who used or had access to devices at bedtime were more likely than peers to sleep poorly.


What can decades-old research into "mastery learning" and the "Personalized System of Instruction" tell schools about contemporary approaches to personalized learning?


Instead of urging a blanket prohibition on media use for children under 2 years old, the American Academy of Pediatricians urges families to adopt a personalized "media use plan."


Nine of 10 parents in a new national survey said they "believe in the use of technology to tailor student learning."


More than half of U.S. adults are "relatively hesitant" when it comes to using technology for personal learning, according to a new survey from the Pew Research Center.


The wireless provider pledges to bring connectivity to 1 million impoverished students, by offering them free smartphones, tablets, laptops, and "hotspot" devices.


Rumor about 'scary clowns' seeking to harm children have swirled online and led some schools to lock down their facilities.


A study that combined an online survey with a smaller number of in-depth interviews revealed what motivates maker-space educators and what they need from administrators to succeed.


Audits of student login and software-usage records at nine Ohio cyber charters found the schools could not justify the full-time attendance of thousands of students.


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