Despite U.S. millennials' widespread use of technology, they still score "dead last" among adults from various countries in their ability to problem-solve with it, a report says.


Research shows that investments in ed tech produce at best uneven results in terms of changing teachers' instructional practices, a story Education Week's Tech Counts 2015 explains.


MOOC provider edX says it will take steps to allow its authors to license their content as "open educational resources."


The Software & Information Industry Association offers advice for businesses working with schools about the impact of the FCC's overhaul of the E-rate.


Many in the ed-tech sector believe algorithms are key to customizing education, but the most compelling examples of personalized learning are driven by teacher-student relationships.


The FCC is pushing to get E-rate funding commitments out faster, a move hailed by schools, libraries, and advocates.


The College Board and Khan Academy debuted a new online tool to provide personalized help preparing for the redesigned SAT.


Digital learning games that use a mixed-reality element are up to five times more effective than traditional games in producing learning outcomes, a Carnegie Mellon study finds.


Data breaches are particularly costly in the education sector, according to a new study of 350 businesses in 11 countries conducted by the Ponemon Institute.


The Washington state legislature overwhelmingly passed a bill to improve computer science education.


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