Access to computers in classrooms is at an all-time high worldwide, but too much technology translates into poorer learning outcomes, researchers find.


The National Constitution Center and the College Board are partnering to bring a new digital version of a key founding document to teachers and students.


Andrew Marcinek will advise state and district officials, content developers, and others on the free, re-usable instructional materials.


Montana will partner with EducationSuperHighway to assess schools' connectivity and develop a plan to get all schools meeting national broadband targets by 2018.


Districts are turning to online credit recovery to move struggling students toward graduation, but a new report says that these options need to improve.


The American Institutes for Research will be a primary option for companies looking to have their ed-tech products rigorously tested through the Jefferson Education Accelerator.


The technology manufacturer says it will end its sponsorship of the high-profile competition when its contract ends after 2017.


Chromebooks now command almost half the U.S. K-12 market, with prices coming down even further.


The President touted his ConnectED program, which draws financial support from ed-tech providers and hopes to improve digital education and Web connectivity.


Los Angeles' massive school-technology initiative again suffered from deployment problems, poor communication, and ineffective classroom uses, according to a new report.


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