A survey released by Gallup finds that only a fraction of college presidents believe "massively open online courses" will improve student learning or solve financial problems.
Parents see the potential in mobile apps for learning, but find that children tend to use them purely for entertainment, a nationwide survey finds.
Coursera, a major name in providing "massively open online courses," takes a step into K-12 schools by arranging to provide teacher training.
Technological breakdowns are plaguing statewide assessments in Indiana, not long after testing woes surfaced in Minnesota and Oklahoma.
An effort is underway to ease the costs and regulatory burden for colleges trying to offer online courses across state lines.
A draft report by the Florida Department of Education's inspector general says the online company K12 Inc. provided inaccurate records of teachers' interactions with students.
A coalition of Minnesota districts are using a state-designated "innovation zone" to experiment with online learning.
The number of teachers and principals using a variety of online tools for professional development has jumped significantly, according to a new survey.
Facebook and the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) launched a new consumer education program to help teens and their parents more closely manage their privacy on the Internet.
The Philadelphia school district plans to open an online school, in a move aimed at luring families back to the troubled system.