Fans of the E-rate worry that rapid progress could be threatened by a Republican-backed effort to place new restrictions on the amount of money the E-rate program can dole out to help schools and libraries improve connectivity.


The rise of Artificial Intelligence is expected to have big implications for the future of the labor market, and could lead to some new fields, a pair of reports concludes.


Maryland may be a model for how states should approach educating students for the workforce of the future, according to a new policy brief.


When it comes to the PISA, there's little evidence that technology use has a positive impact on student scores, and some evidence that it could actually drag it down, a new report finds.


The National Center for Learning Disabilities says district, schools, and vendors should make sure people who are experts in students in special education are involved in every stage of the process when it comes to purchasing technology.


Women could experience coming changes in the workforce in a very different way than men, requiring a concerted effort by schools to prepare today's girls accordingly, according to a new report.


A total of 501 full-time virtual schools now enroll more than 297,000 students, 79 percent of whom are in charters, according to the National Education Policy Center.


The New York State Education Department has put the brakes on a school district's planned trial run of new facial recognition software aimed at improving school safety.


Teenagers are more than twice as likely as their parents to sleep with their devices in the bed with them, according to a report by Common Sense Media.


Researchers found a negative association between taking online courses, primarily for credit recovery, and performance on districtwide standardized tests.


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