The Public Broadcasting Service is spending plenty of time in the ed-tech headlines this week between a new study and an upcoming documentary.
A recently formed start-up company has released an open-source learning management system that it hopes will compete with already established LMS products.
A new report has found that the U.S. market for self-paced e-learning products and services in preK-12 education has increased 16.8 percent over the past five years.
The new category features more than 20 tools and products from 19 different vendors, most of which launched with the creation of the category.
All you ed-tech followers will want to check out our live chat about effectively integrating student-centered technology into classroom instruction.
A new report contends that the blended learning approach is the reason online learning will eventually become commonplace.
Looking for some weekend ed-tech reading? Here's a few things we took note of this week.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush sat down with Reason.tv's Nick Gillespie to talk about the future of education and technology's role in its eventual transformation.
The Next Generation Learning Challenges program will offer up to $10 million in grants to promising endeavors that help students in grades 7-9 master math and literacy skills.
The federal education technology program was put on the chopping block in the Obama administration's FY 2011 budget proposal.