Schools can now access NYTimes.com and the paper's online archives through a new network-wide subscription service beginning at $780 annually.
One year ago, the iPad was dominant. Next week, Education Week takes a look at the rapid ascendance of the Chromebook.
New York voters approved a $2 billion bond proposal that would provide funding for school technology and broadband infrastructure.
Charter schools using personalized learning boosted students' math and reading achievement more than schools using traditional educational techniques with students, a new study found.
Ronald Chandler stepped down last week amid ongoing troubles surrounding the LAUSD's student information system and 1-to-1 computing initiative.
Thirty 30 have fully online schools, serving a combined 315,000 students nationwide, an enrollment number that has risen by 6 percent over the last year.
Superintendent John White announces that students in elementary and middle school will take the exam on paper, rather than on computer, this academic year.
Educators discuss the best approaches for using digital devices, apps, and software for students in pre-K through 5th grade.
A new paper, authored by researchers from Zero to Three and Georgetown University, offers evidence-based guidance how to manage youngsters' "screen" experiences via television, smartphones, and other tools.
Vermont public schools have until next fall to prepare for a new law requiring all middle and high school students to have personalized learning plans.