MacArthur Genius Award Winner Angela Duckworth and Arizona State University professor James Gee will talk about using video games to assess students' noncognitive skills.
Hundreds of Indiana students circumvented security filters on new district-issued iPads, highlighting a major challenge with device deployments.
A recent "denial-of-service" attack on Kentucky's statewide student data-management network highlights how districts are being targeted by hackers.
Public comments on the FCC proposal to overhaul the federal E-rate program show a split on the call for new funding.
Coursera, a provider of massive open online courses, made its first $1 million from a student certification program.
One of the main consortia of states developing tests aligned to the common-core standards has released a major request for technology bids.
The market for education-focused games and simulations is likely to continue to grow, thanks in large measure to increased use of mobile devices, according to a report by Ambient Insight.
Corruption charges against the founder of PA Cyber Charter could reinvigorate calls for reform in how the state's cyber charter schools are funded and authorized.
A third-party review found that problems with online state tests administered in Minnesota did not systematically impact scores.
Students are confused about the difference between collaboration and cheating when using digital learning tools, says a recent article.