As "computer science for all" takes off, researchers are racing to investigate key questions around access, assessment, and implementation.
Student engagement, challenges with teacher preparation, and inequities in high school course-taking have marked the early days of San Francisco Unified's groundbreaking CS4all initiative.
Elementary and middle school students scored worse when they couldn't revisit questions they had skipped or previously answered, a new study found.
Better information about the poor performance of Pa.'s full-time online charters has lead to an inequitable school-choice marketplace, Penn State researcher Bryan Mann contends.
The country's largest meeting of education researchers begins Thursday. Education Week's Benjamin Herold and Sarah Sparks will be there, reporting on the research that matters for K-12 policymakers and practitioners.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai wants a return to "light-touch" regulation of internet service providers, a move that critics say threatens the free flow of online information.
Just 5 percent of U.S. teachers say they are currently using augmented- or virtual-reality technologies in their classrooms, according to Project Tomorrow.
An online application portal has "serious flaws" and is over budget, harming schools and libraries seeking funds for telecommunications services, said FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.
Results from an unscientific survey by the Electronic Frontier Foundation suggest parents and students are worried about surveillance in schools.
Personalized learning can bring more courses and instructional experiences to rural communities, but internet access remains a barrier, according to a new guidebook from the Future Ready Schools project.