The new director of the U.S. Department of Education's office of technology says that updating the plan is one of the most important near-team projects for her office.
A survey shows that 61 percent of educators have joined a social network, and those who have are more likely to participate in online activities such as reading blogs and dowloading podcasts.
A rural high school in Louisiana is exploring new educational opportunities provided by high-speed fiber optic Internet access.
The company's former director of education leadership and advocacy is the new director of the office of educational technology at the U.S. Department of Education.
Doug Levin of the National Association of State Boards of Education to lead the State Educational Technology Directors Association.
A new report finds that less than one-third of parents believe schools are adequately preparing students for 21st-century jobs.
Houghton Mifflin has signed a $40 million contract with Detroit public schools to provide textbooks and digital software to students and teachers in the district.
A documentary is in the works by the director of "An Inconvenient Truth" that seeks to fuel a sense of urgency for improving public education.
A-list speakers, educators, policymakers, and corporate representatives are on hand to brainstorm ways technology and innovation can drive real school reform.
The November issue of Fast Company profiles how wireless phone companies are working with schools to show educational uses for mobile technologies.