An independent review found that widespread interruptions on Indiana's online state tests had no measurable negative impact on student scores.
The Federal Communications Commission is seeking comments until Sept. 16 on a proposal to restructure the funding, priorities, and transparency of the E-rate program.
As funding for arts education continues to wane in K-12 schools, a new report suggests that kids are increasingly using technology and virtual learning communities to pursue art outside of school.
Schoolzilla, a data platform for schools that was developed as part of the Aspire charter schools network, will launch its own commercial business.
A new report uses an "index" to for evaluating educational technology based on its design, usefulness in schools, and other factors.
A new survey shows that iPads are overwhelmingly the mobile technology of choice in districts, with Google Chromebooks a distant second.
While international shipments of personal computers are falling, the market for those devices in the United States is relatively stable, a market report says.
The House reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act would allow states to fulfill federal testing requirements by using computer-based adaptive tests.
The Federal Communications Commission has unanimously approved moving ahead with a rule-making process to make changes to the E-rate program.
Federal Communications Commission member Ajit Pai says schools should be required to contribute one dollar for every three E-rate dollars they receive.