The Federal Communications Commission and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development are announcing a national plan to expand broadband access, particularly for children.


Ohio's state board of education president apologizes for a post on Facebook comparing President Barack Obama's views on gun control to those of Adolf Hitler.


Higher use of digital tools among aspiring teachers has led to a more self-directed approach to teacher preparation, concludes a new report.


The Southern Regional Education Board has created an online site offering demonstration videos developed by teachers to help their colleagues improve their teaching.


Congressman George Miller, a Democrat, has introduced a proposal that he says will encourage the effective use of technology in schools.


New Mexico Secretary of Education-designate Hanna Skandera has approved an application to allow Connections Academy to provide virtual education in the state.


The Alliance for Excellent Education will hold a 'Digital Town Hall' for the event in Washington, D.C.


The Florida Virtual School has announced plans to work directly with a social media site, Grom Social, that was designed by one of its students.


John Danner, who has served as chief executive officer of the highly-touted charter network, is leaving to devote time to building an e-learning company.


Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam is putting forward legislation to impose new academic standards and growth restrictions on virtual schools.


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