K12 Inc., a major for-profit provider of online education, has settled a class-action securities lawsuit and had parts of it dismissed, pending a federal court's approval.


The National PTA, a five-million-member organization, is partnering with Amazon Kindle to promote literacy in early grades.


An analysis commissioned by a state education technology association seeks to give schools more precise information on the speed of their current broadband connections.


A new short film aims to get students excited about careers in computer programming.


Teachers involved in high-level educational programs such as Advanced Placement say digital tools are essential for instruction, a new survey finds.


Legislation in Connecticut would bar public establishments and arcades from allowing youths to play video games simulating gun violence.


Education Week is hosting a live webinar Thursday at noon, Eastern time, on strategies schools can use to engage parents through social media.


Elementary school educators are more likely than their high school peers to see technological know-how as an important school-leadership skill, a survey reveals.


Maine business and education leaders launch a new information-technology education initiative to increase the number graduates in computer and technology fields.


A survey from the Urban Institute suggests that digital harassment often correlates with psychological or physical abuse among teens in relationships.


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