A complaint to the Federal Trade Commission finds fault with the privacy protections of internet-connected toys.
Common Sense Media released a new study which measured the limits parents put on their children's media use, and how much time they spend with media themselves.
Many vendors lack even minimal data-security protections, leaving school and student data vulnerable, according to Common Sense Education.
According to a new study, students are ill-equipped to evaluate the origins of online content in their news feeds for bias and reliability.
Districts can pay for cybersecurity software with the E-rate program, one report finds, while another shows a strong interest in procuring goods and services for school safety.
With Compare & Connect K-12, district leaders can see what neighboring leaders pay for broadband, and negotiate better deals for their own, the site's creator says.
Technology and social media are shaping how the next generation of students understands the Bard's great antihero.
The National WWII Museum in New Orleans and a local public TV station plan to webcast an interactive electronic field trip commemorating the 75th anniversary of the attack.
From troubling research to policy trends to videos for the PBS News Hour, Education Week has been exploring the world of cyber charter schools for 15 years.
California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris issued recommendations, but no new requirements, for ed-tech companies on how to better secure sensitive student information.