Proponents point to increased attention to cultural landmarks and opportunities to weave math and reading into the game, but skeptics raise concerns about data privacy and pricing.
100Kin10 announced a $2 million grant for "active" early education STEM programs, an effort meant to build teachers' confidence and skills in leading those subjects.
By enrolling home-schooled students in online courses, Kentucky districts hope to increase their per-pupil funding from the state.
A 34,000-square-foot facility and its mobile van will provide maker education opportunities for students in the region this coming fall.
The 15,000-student Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow warned it may be forced to close if its funding is adjusted to reflect actual student login times.
A new report on enrollment and course-passage patterns at the Montana Digital Academy is the latest look by researchers at the effectiveness of online credit recovery.
The Indiana GOP wants a former state education official investigated after he left the government to work for N2N Services, an ed-tech subcontractor that had received $573,000 from the state.
Mark Edwards, the 2013 Superintendent of the Year for the U.S., is leaving the top post in the Moooresville, N.C., district after nine years to take a senior executive role in Discovery Education.
Education Week conducted video interviews with K-12 officials gathered at ISTE on the biggest challenges they face in making ed-tech work in schools.
Britain's vote to leave the European Union means uncertainty for education companies with headquarters and business in the U.K.