Full-time virtual schools shouldn't receive more than traditional schools for providing comparable services and results, argues the National Education Policy Center.


Following a federal investigation, a virtual charter school in Ohio agreed to change its special education identification procedures and website.


By the end of 2013, 3.5 million tablets will have been shipped to the education marketplace, 94% of which will have been iPads, according to new research.


Industry and government officials attending a forum in the nation's capital described improved broadband access as a key to reducing inequities in education.


Students from an Oregon K-8 school are creating their own online, game-based lessons for their peers that are linked to educational standards.


Join Education Week for a webinar on Nov. 7 for a discussion about how districts can identify the skills needed in a chief technology officer.


The U.S. Department of Education wrapped up its second annual "Connected Educator Month," devoted to fostering digital collaboration among teachers.


The book "Breakthrough Leadership in the Digital Age," argues that ed-tech investments pay off only when schools are transformed in holistic ways.


Rural Idaho teachers who are using blended learning say it benefits their instruction, but many teachers haven't incorporated it into their classrooms yet, according to a new study.


Enrollment in fully online, multidistrict schools grew 13 percent over the past year, to 310,000 students, according to a new report.


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