Mobile devices and digital tools can help disenfranchised youth to challenge the existing social and economic order, according to new research to be presented at AERA.
Chicago 9th graders who took a face-to-face version of an Algebra I credit-recovery course had better short-term outcomes than those who took the course online, study says.
Effective purchasing, policymaking, and external communications are all dependent on good CAO-CTO relationships, said panelists at CoSN's annual conference.
Loss of Web connectivity at a Kansas-based assessment provider caused testing disruptions across the country and prompted Alaska to cancel state testing this academic year.
CoSN's "Trusted Learning Environment" seal aims to give parents confidence that schools are going "above and beyond."
A first look at results drawn from an international study found that American adults struggle with numeracy and tech skills, while ranking close to the international average on literacy tasks.
From ensuring compliance to raising awareness, state boards of education are "major players" on the issue of student data privacy, their membership group contends.
Low-income families will now be allowed to use a $9.25/month subsidy to cover home broadband access.
New wearable technology for infants aims to help parents close the "word gap," but some early childhood experts are skeptical.
Common Sense Media has released an "information security primer" to help schools and ed-tech vendors test the privacy and security of new products.