Personalized learning brings unique opportunities for rural students, but lack of broadband connectivity presents a challenge, according to a panel of advocates and state leaders.


Most address persistent challenges in the field—like teacher training, curriculum resources, and accessible out-of-school time programs.


Instead of watching TV or DVDs, or playing video games in front of a console, kids are increasingly turning to mobile devices for entertainment.


The online-services giant will give $1 billion to nonprofits working in education and job training, as well as offer technical training and certificates.


Earlier this month, tech company CEOs announced $300 million in funding for computer science education, but details on the plans remain scarce.


An Education Next forum poses the question: Do tools need stronger design and better implementation, or should educators reconsider their use of tech altogether?


Education Week curated 10 key studies to help K-12 educators and policymakers make sense of the debate over how technology will reshape the future of work.


Talking with friends online provides the same kind of support and validation for teenagers as interacting face-to-face, according to a new study.


After hackers struck, Nevada's Foothill High and Florida's St. Lucie schools were faced with offensive content coming from their official Twitter accounts.


The E-Rate provided billions of dollars for "category two" requests from schools and libraries. The FCC wants to know how the program is working.


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