Federal officials' speed in reworking E-rate policy could determine whether as many as 10 million or as few as 4 million students benefit from improved Wi-Fi.


New York's highest court considers what is expected to be a landmark case for policies criminalizing cyberbullying.


In an open letter to the FCC, ed-tech companies argue that the competitiveness of U.S. industry and education depends on greater broadband infrastructure.


Iranian students have regained access to U.S.-based MOOCs following the United States' authorization of certain educational exchanges between the two countries.


The Obama administration will today announce the creation of a "hub" to connect tech companies with schools as part of the "ConnectED" plan, and also launch a new effort to connect more Indian schools with high-speed Internet.


To promote innovation, states and districts need clear policies on how teacher-created digital lessons are copyrighted and licensed, according to a new report.


A new special report, Navigating the Ed-Tech Marketplace, looks at the evolution of the multibillion dollar K-12 ed-tech landscape, and the pressures facing school leaders and vendors.


Nearly half of the teachers who use games said that "what other teachers say" about a given game was the most important factor in the selection process.


The third-largest school district in the country will offer computer science to elementary students and make it part of the core curriculum.


Two organizations hosted a roundtable discussion on Capitol Hill Wednesday to raise awareness about schools' need for more funding to prepare for common-core online assessments.


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