Educators' ability to personalize instruction using technology is imperative as the student population becomes increasingly varied by various factors, according to a new report.
Open Up Resources, a nonprofit led by a former Pearson executive, will try to produce openly licensed material at "curriculum scale," rather than just individual lessons and units.
ISTE CEO Brian Lewis is no longer serving as its top executive, and the 17,000-member organization is searching for a permanent replacement.
School and library requests for federal support for many high-speed Internet connections more than doubled since 2015, according to a new analysis by Funds for Learning.
State and federal officials convened on Capitol Hill for the release of SETDA's latest report that calls for more robust broadband connections to schools and a bridging of the homework gap.
Virtual schools are subject to the same federal special education mandates on issues such as testing and student identification, according to the U.S. Department of Education.
A survey found that while fewer parents think students should spend considerable time in front of screens in schools, teacher support was unchanged.
Students are more likely to be cyberbullied by people they know than strangers, new research shows.
Parents Across America describes the ed-tech explosion as a dangerous and unproven component of the "corporate reform" agenda.
An initiative to improve the use of apps and mobile technology in the instruction of special education students finds that teachers aren't receiving the professional development they want.