Educational resources from Encyclopaedia Britannica will be accessible to Arkansas K-12 classrooms.


A 56-page report, published by the Center for Digital Education, examines different models of blended learning and how schools are implementing them.


Two professors propose a plan to launch a new organization that would evaluate education technology solutions and report those results to schools and ed-tech entrepreneurs.


Other new tablets, such as Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1, could also gain more traction in the ed-tech marketplace.


The resources, available for free, examine the use of social media in classrooms and the steps for building a digital district.


Jeffrey Elliot will replace long-time CEO Liz Pape.


Project RED plans to provide support and resources to districts to help them create successful 1-to-1 learning environments.


In his latest book, Brain Gain: Technology and the Quest for Digital Wisdom, Marc Prensky talks about using technology to enhance the brain's cognitive processes.


A multinational survey from Dell Inc. found a majority of parents in China, Germany, and the United States feel positively about technology in the classroom.


But in some ways, Richard Rose's stance actually reflects that of some ed-tech advocates pushing for new models of research.


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