Seattle has agreed to take steps to make ed-tech accessible to blind students, faculty, and parents, in a settlement that advocates see as having far-reaching implications.
The digital provider Amplify, which despite big promises failed to gain market traction, has been sold to a team of its executives, backed by private investors.
Microsoft's new operating system, Windows 10, which is being marketed to K-12 districts, is drawing heavy criticism for allowing various forms of data-collection on its users.
A bill that would protect K-12 students from sharing their social media accounts with school officials made it through a special task force in Wyoming's legislature.
The personalized math learning model, which grew out of the NYC pilot program School of One, has expanded nationally to reach over 10,000 students in eight states and DC.
Superintendent Ramon Cortines said the settlement funds give the district an "exciting opportunity" to invest in schools that have little technology.
A national poll released by Pearson finds that 78 percent of elementary students regularly use a tablet, up from 66 percent a year ago.
Florida law enforcement officials end their investigation into cyberattacks that disrupted statewide testing earlier this year.
An all-girls private school in New York City and a Texas district are among the first to provide littleBits' programmable electronics kits to all students or libraries.
Just 42 percent of parents are at ease with companies that create software, websites, and apps having access to student records, a national poll shows.