A coalition of education and technology organizations and companies is asking the Obama administration for $500 million for the federal ed-tech initiative.
The Joan Ganz Cooney Center is now accepting entries for new prizes rewarding innovations in children's media.
The National Center for Technology Innovation kicked off its annual competition for research on adaptive technologies.
More than three-quarters of the teachers surveyed reported using digital media in their classrooms, up from 69 percent in 2008.
A group of educators, administrators, and entrepreneurs recently met in Half Moon Bay, California for the inaugural Big Ideas Fest to discuss big idea solutions to some of education's toughest challenges.
A video report and an online game show how dangerous distracted driving can be.
Computerized tutors aim to detect student emotions to inform their teaching tactics.
An article in THE Journal names five ed-tech trends that will gain traction in 2010.
Some lawmakers in the United States would like to raise awareness of the potential link between heavy use of cellphones and brain cancer.
A new survey suggests that screen time and multitasking distract students from homework.