President Barack Obama touted the benefits of educational technology often last year, but how much influence has he actually had on moving digital learning forward?


Guests Holly Clark and Kyle Pace debated Chromebooks versus iPads in an #EWedchat this week. Chat participants discussed the pros and cons of each device and shared resources for educators.


A new guide for superintendents can help school districts through the network upgrade process to bring faster Internet access to students.


In December 2008, President-elect Barack Obama vowed to improve broadband and technology access for U.S. schoolchildren, among other ed-tech priorities.


Next Generation Learning Challenges and Education Cities are partnering to support 10 "emerging harbormasters" to support system-wide growth of personalized learning.


A new "occupational skills profile" for big-data specialists outlines the relevant knowledge that professionals say is not being provided in K-12.


A recent Education Week story about the push for digital-content interoperability standards in K-12 prompted an outpouring of reaction from readers who believe it's an issue to watch in 2015.


We'll debate iPads versus Chromebooks for education in a Twitter chat on Wednesday from 8 to 9 p.m. Eastern Time. Join us using the hashtag #EWedchat.


Online testing environments, adaptive technologies, and new digital platforms hold the potential to transform K-12 assessment and further personalize learning, says a new Pearson report.


Reaction to the newly approved funding increase for the federal E-rate program has been mostly positive.


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