A manual analysis of 1,000 public comments to the FCC found that 99.7 percent of them opposed a recent order dismantling Obama-era protections for net neutrality.
A new toolkit from two advocacy organizations, Parent Coalition for Student Privacy and The Badass Teachers Association, aims to help educators deal with the world of data privacy and education technology.
Digital Promise Global has received a three-year, $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to improve equitable access to computational education in public schools.
K-12 leaders should look for help from other school districts when they're struggling to get their management and learning systems back online after a hurricane.
Captions and screen readers are just a first step, said Emmanuel Schanzer of Bootstrap and Jennifer Rodriguez of PBS KIDS at the CSforALL Summit in Detroit.
Twenty-two states now have K-12 computer-science standards, and 15 states require all high schools to offer computer science, a new report finds.
A new study published in the Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis journal found that there is potential for 1-to-1 technology programs to increase achievement in the short term, but more so in the medium term.
Until personalized learning is better supported by research, curricula, and policy, K-12 leaders must be strategic, advises a leading researcher.
Critics say a 2017 order approved by the FCC that dismantled net neutrality could stymie the flow of online content to K-12 schools.
The lack of access to technology and internet connectivity at home is especially severe among poor, rural, and minority students, a new survey from ACT reveals.