A nonprofit organization is asking for information from K-12 districts and ed-tech vendors about the benefits and drawbacks of "pilot tryouts" of products.


Clever has revised its privacy policy to promote greater transparency and more stringent handling of student data during "corporate events" such as mergers.


More than 30 groups representing school officials and educational data-use proponents have signed on to new principles related to student data.


State education and law enforcement officials say an investigation will begin to identify the origin of the attacks and the culprits behind them.


Idaho lawmakers allocated new money for school broadband access, ensuring districts have continued Internet access following a court ruling last year which voided the statewide broadband contract.


Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart said Wednesday that online testing was going smoothly, after two days of sporadic disruptions around the state.


A new report questions the academic performance and financial accountability of the California Virtual Academies, though the online provider and its parent company dispute the findings.


Teacher bias influenced Israeli girls' performance in STEM subjects and their decision to pursue further studies in the subject, according to researchers.


A number of major Florida districts continued to suspend online testing after a series of breakdowns that disrupted the administration of writing exams.


Eleven "highly innovative" principals told U.S. Education Department officials about leadership, dealing with state tests, and their efforts to go to scale.


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