The USDLA has announced their 2010 Distance Learning Awards for individuals and organizations doing exceptional work in virtual education.


At the very least, virtual schooling can be selectively championed by both liberals and conservatives.


A few school districts are finding out how easily electronic data can be breached.


Two school districts are deciding to couple the growing need for cybersecurity professionals with a hefty supply of technologically savvy students.


Pearson and the Montgomery County school district in Md., have teamed up to develop curriculum based on the new Common Core standards.


A new article in Independent School Magazine talks about the role of adults in helping children navigate online spaces.


Cyberbullies are hard to identify, and often the victims of cyberbullying themselves, suggests a recent interview.


Cloud computing, cell-phone use in schools, increasingly capable mobile technology, differentiation galore and new business models will typify the next five years in education technology, a new report says.


Hall of Fame NBA center David Robinson is unveiling his own virtual school to run in conjunction with the Carver Academy, a private elementary school Robinson founded in 2001.


An Indiana school district is suing one of its technology vendors, claiming the more-than 7,000 netbooks it purchased have a design flaw that the vendor is refusing to repair or otherwise solve.


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