An alarming number of teenagers engage in risky behavior online, such as sharing personal information in chat rooms, a new report says.
A new whitepaper addressing recent calls for technology literacy education argues any such education should involve project-based learning.
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the right for employers to search public employees' government-issued cell phones and pagers.
A new study links high-speed Internet access at home with lower test scores among middle school students.
Maryland district moves to restrict student use of cellphones and social networking sites.
Sesame Workshop President and Founder Gary Knell and White House Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra joined up to announce the winners of the workshop's Cooney Center Prizes for Innovation in Children's Learning.
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.