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.
A new analysis of NAEP survey and performance data examines differences in students' access to computers and use of classroom technology.
The widespread collection of sensitive information via ed tech, combined with often-weak cybersecurity protections in schools, is leaving students at risk, the FBI warned.
Instagram released a new guide for parents, but outside experts had different messages on what to know about privacy, identity, and healthy use of the platform.
The Future of Privacy Forum outlined seven big privacy questions that parents should ask their children's schools.
Seventy percent of teens use social media more than once a day, but they say it makes them feel less lonely and more confident, according to a new survey from Common Sense Media.
The nonprofit CSforALL Consortium aims to get vendors, school districts, state education departments, and investors to sign an "Accessibility Pledge."