An unscientific sampling of 43 educators who attended ISTE 2012 gave their thoughts about current challenges and opportunities in educational technology.


An SIIA study shows that educators feel like they've lost more ground during the past year in terms of high-speed Internet access than in almost any other area of technology integration.


Here's a quick update on what's been happening in the world of e-reader technology.


The National Education Policy Center paper also recommends new funding structures and accountability methods for online schools.


Educational attainment, race, income, and disability remain substantial predictors of access.


Also, SETDA selected its new board members and Florida Virtual School launched a new PD course focused on blended instruction.


A satirical video made by two math professors critiquing a Khan Academy video spurs a contest for future critiques of the famous educator.


But to move away from a traditional lecture model, teachers say they need to overcome dwindling budgets.


Can an online course prepare drivers for real world driving? Thanks to a new law, Ohio teens will soon be able to learn how to drive online.


After three full days of workshops and sessions, panel discussions and keynote speakers, ISTE 2012 has officially come to a close.


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