More than 80 percent of college students are now using mobile devices to study, and the growth in the use of those devices is shaping where and when postsecondary enrollees do academic work, a new survey from McGraw-Hill Education and Hanover Research finds.
Requests for E-rate funds could hit $5.1 billion this year, in part thanks to new funding for internal wireless connections.
Assessment readiness is the number-one priority for K-12 ed-tech leaders, but fewer than 30 percent report being ready for new online exams.
Women in K-12 information-technology leadership positions continue to face a pay- and prestige-gap, according to new survey information.
A New Jersey school administrator voiced concerns about the state and a test vendor apparently monitoring a student's social media to look for evidence that standardized test information had been improperly shared.
A new white paper from Center for Promise explores the experiences of several districts implementing educational technology, and the lessons that can be applied to other K-12 systems.
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.
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.