Technology's constructive and destructive potential is magnified for students who have special needs or attend otherwise inferior schools.
Spring ISD Virtual School explained the ins and outs of their Response to Intervention program in a webinar hosted by iNACOL.
Ed Week is staging an online chat at 2 p.m. today on school budget crisis, and the implications for K-12 programs, including those for technology.
iNACOL and CoSN are both hosting upcoming webinars during the next seven days on some of the hottest topics in ed tech.
The Funds for Learning app will allow users to check E-rate funding requests, commitment amounts, eligible service providers, and remaining funding balances.
The latest and final installment in Education Week's e-learning report series is up!
The state last month cleared digital texts for K-12 English, K-12 Spanish, K-8 English as a second language, and English language proficiency for grades 9-12.
Google execs are currently in talks with education software companies about creating educational apps to be featured in Google Apps Marketplace.
With youths in America continuing to struggle with obesity, perhaps fitness is an area whose education potential we are tremendously underselling.
Before rampant speculation about 2011 commences, let's take stock of the big ed-tech trends this past year.