Partisan conflicts may endanger the vision of those who see online and blended learning as an avenue to comprehensive education reform.

Ideas that are unique, new, and scalable will have the best chance of winning a grant from the Gates Foundation program.

A fundamental shift happening in virtual education may actually represent movement toward the mainstream.

The U.S. ed-tech second-in-command aimed to assure technology advocates that the Obama administration understands the importance of educators' leadership.

Need to offer effective guidance counseling at your virtual school? You might want to take a tip from Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Octane system may provide an alternative to the learning management systems typically required to provide online course.

This year's annual Keeping Pace report finds that single-district, blended programs are increasing while state virtual schools lose funding.

Look here for coverage of breakout sessions, keynote addresses, and general insights from all around the conference.

Arne Duncan has had ed-tech in his crosshairs this week, appearing at the launch of one long-awaited digital initiative Monday before putting another in Microsoft's control Tuesday.

The Charlotte Mecklenberg schools in N.C. and the Plano schools in Texas are bolstering STEM initiatives with support from Texas Instruments.

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