Common Sense Media has released an "information security primer" to help schools and ed-tech vendors test the privacy and security of new products.
A series of maps in a comparative politics textbook purporting to show Palestinian loss of land enraged pro-Israel groups.
The ed tech company says it significantly enlarged its digital library in the deal with the prominent national newspaper.
New subsidies for home-broadband access and more public Wi-Fi are among the strategies Democratic Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel wants to see the FCC adopt.
In a recent online explainer and extended radio discussion, Staff Writer Benjamin Herold surveyed the state of K-12 ed-tech.
Technology can help promote development of character traits and such skills as communication and cultural awareness, according to a new report from the World Economic Forum and the Boston Consulting Group.
Engineers from Facebook and educators from Summit Public Schools are co-developing a new digital learning platform. Can it find a place in a crowded K-12 market?
The commissioners are expected to vote on a proposed expansion to the telephone subsidy program that would cover broadband Internet for America's lowest-income households.
Thirteen states and 40 districts are joining the U.S. Department of Education's open education resource initiative, which includes a commitment to replace textbooks with free digital learning resources.
Some say blockchain technology, a data transmission system currently used in the financial sector, could be a useful system for sharing student academic information digitally.