The FCC said in a statement that the "unprecedented circumstances" brought on by the COVID-19 outbreak merited the deadline extensions.

K-12 teachers are faced with a question many likely thought they'd never have to ask: How often during the school day do my students need to see me and when?

Many parents are having to take on a variety of new roles, from playing IT help desk to becoming makeshift teaching assistants to supervising recess.

Hundreds of buses could be used as mobile hotspots for remote learning with a particular focus on high-poverty and rural areas.

The Federal Communications Commission is engaging Congress to expand funding for in-home connectivity and devices for teachers and students grappling with the coronavirus crisis.

Instructors teaching remotely should think about how to be flexible and offer students multiple avenues to complete tasks.

The still-expanding initiative with public media addresses the growing need for all students to continue learning during the coronavirus pandemic.

Northshore School District teachers, parents, and students practiced remote learning in advance of the district's closure for two weeks.

During calendar year 2019, the center catalogued 348 publicly-disclosed school cyber incidents. That includes malware outbreaks, phishing attacks, denial of service attacks, and more.

How are major education conferences, such as ASU GSV, AERA, and CoSN, dealing with the coronavirus? EdWeek offers a roundup of where things stand.

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