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.
The lack of consistent, reliable internet access in high-poverty schools is the focus of a new, Verizon-backed film that will air on the National Geographic Channel this week.
Nevada plans to push forward with their state-funded 1-to-1 program after an encouraging independent review study of the program's impact.
A new RAND evaluation of Opportunity by Design high schools found barriers to customizing instruction and implementing "mastery-based" progressions.
"I can't wait to see the amazing things that you're going to build," the former president told 1,000 teachers, students, and supporters on a call organized by the CSforAll Consortium.
After Hurricane Harvey swamped her school system, Shanna Lumpkin, a 2nd grade teacher in the Humble Independent school district in Texas, used online platforms to read books with her students and give out back-to-school assignments.
In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, school districts are using digital communication tools and online learning options to update and connect with parents, students, and teachers.