Students are more likely to be cyberbullied by people they know than strangers, new research shows.
Parents Across America describes the ed-tech explosion as a dangerous and unproven component of the "corporate reform" agenda.
An initiative to improve the use of apps and mobile technology in the instruction of special education students finds that teachers aren't receiving the professional development they want.
The popular yellow-cover study-guide series is offering a personalized, digital subscription service for its test-prep materials, but not its better-known literature-review guides.
The California charter network famous for its partnership with Facebook will expand its Basecamp program to 100 schools across the country.
A cyber charter operator lashes out in two television spots after judge rules that student login records must be released for state audit.
Online charter schools are dragging down the overall performance of Ohio's charter sector, according to a new study, in the latest negative assessment of the virtual sector.
A team at Carnegie Mellon University is using brain-activity patterns to better understand the mental processes students use to solve math problems.
"There's a cost to going online," found researchers who compared the performance of high-performing North Carolina 8th graders in online vs. traditional Algebra 1 classes.
James Gee, a pioneer of educational video game theory, talks about the benefits and potential downsides of the Pokémon Go phenomenon.