State education officials said the school isn't hiring enough workers to help serve its fast-growing enrollment of special needs students.


The former Apple executive, who served in the Obama administration for four years, plans to leave the job in 2013 after her replacement is chosen and put in place.


Ten of the 20 winners of the fiscal year 2012 competition were evaluated to have a significant focus on using technology in their application.


Current research on social media often excludes children under the age of nine, a report from the Joan Ganz Cooney Center says.


Voters in Idaho repealed a set of education laws that would have established a statewide 1-to-1 laptop program for high schoolers and required online classes for graduation.


The Palm Beach school district in Florida and other districts around the country are taking creative approaches and seeking help from big technology companies such as Dell, Intel, and Microsoft.


Educators say the Internet and digital tools are helping improve students' research habits, but hurting their attention spans, according to two surveys.


The folks behind the One Laptop Per Child project are handing out tablets to children in Ethiopia with no instruction and no teachers.


The pilot effort will provide three California schools with Samsung tablets that students will use to access Khan Academy math content.


CoSN has sent resources pertaining to disaster recovery to technology directors in states in Hurricane Sandy's path.


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