While the faceless nature of the Internet can bring out the worst in cyberbullies, it also means concerned bystanders can more easily report wrongdoing.

A new study suggests that the current method to determine safe cell-phone radiation levels underestimates radiation absorption in youths and other smaller people.

Picketers Thursday protested a conference hosted by Bush's education foundation a day after the former Florida Gov. appeared with Wise on Piers Morgan Tonight

Chairman Genachowski also noted plans to explore ways E-Rate can expand access to digital literacy training.

From the early Apple personal computers to the iPhone and iPad, Jobs' company has influenced education and educators.

Next Generation Learning Challenges has announced it will be giving away a third wave of grants to K-12 and postsecondary institutions totaling $12 million. Funding comes from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (which also provides funding for Editorial Projects in Education, the publisher of Education Week). The third wave of grants is broken down into two categories: one for grades 6-12 and one for the postsecondary level. The money available for schools serving grades 6-12 will go to those projects that combine "the best aspects of brick-and-mortar and online learning and result in more personalized, mastery-based learning." Winners of this ...

Ninety-six schools nationwide have stopped blocking educational websites that favorably depict LGBT since the beginning of an ACLU initiative, a report says.

Tech4Teachers will run through the state's teacher centers and give their paying members access to an online catalog of discounted hardware and software.

The Khan approach emphasizes the use of videos to teach math concepts, with more than 2,400 videos now available.

The cable and Internet giant will offer high-speed Internet for $9.95 per month to families with students eligible for free lunch from the federal National School Lunch Program.

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