From ensuring compliance to raising awareness, state boards of education are "major players" on the issue of student data privacy, their membership group contends.
Low-income families will now be allowed to use a $9.25/month subsidy to cover home broadband access.
New wearable technology for infants aims to help parents close the "word gap," but some early childhood experts are skeptical.
Common Sense Media has released an "information security primer" to help schools and ed-tech vendors test the privacy and security of new products.
A series of maps in a comparative politics textbook purporting to show Palestinian loss of land enraged pro-Israel groups.
The ed tech company says it significantly enlarged its digital library in the deal with the prominent national newspaper.
New subsidies for home-broadband access and more public Wi-Fi are among the strategies Democratic Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel wants to see the FCC adopt.
In a recent online explainer and extended radio discussion, Staff Writer Benjamin Herold surveyed the state of K-12 ed-tech.
Technology can help promote development of character traits and such skills as communication and cultural awareness, according to a new report from the World Economic Forum and the Boston Consulting Group.
Engineers from Facebook and educators from Summit Public Schools are co-developing a new digital learning platform. Can it find a place in a crowded K-12 market?