The Utah state senate approved a measure that would set up a system where funding follows the student whether or not an online course is from a public or private provider.
A teacher, community member, and board member from Bellingham School District in Washington state talk about revising their district's technology plan.
Countries with the highest test scores actually have lower rates of economic growth, wealth, and creativity, said the University of Oregon's Center for Advanced Technology director.
Two of Gates' guests talked about the importance of timing relative to opportunity, a theme rampant in the ed-tech world.
Students may learn more from virtual tutors who look and act like them, a new study says.
A recent study has found youth who pursue their interests on the Internet are more likely to be civically and politically engaged.
The ed-tech group is the first of its kind to be welcomed to the alliance.
Delaware will partner with Wireless Generation to implement a two-year teacher data coaching plan funded with $8.2 million in federal Race to the Top grant money.
Although we often discuss the benefits and advantages online learning can bring to the classroom, it is equally important to think about what some of the limitations are.
Whyville.net founder James Bower talks about the reasons to move from textbooks to virtual learning opportunities.